use precisely in a sentence.
Well, then, you shall be married precisely -- _precisely_, now mind!
And it's such a terrible thing that we have to be careful to use the term precisely, because otherwise it could lead to our taking rape less seriously.
Agreeing with commenter YS, and being a fan of jazz, I would bet that an author that much in love with both America and jazz would choose the term precisely for its resonance with many older readers.
Enthusiasts and critics alike embrace the term precisely because it advances the argument that the Augmented is the Other - and either an aspiration or a nightmare, as a result.
And as the definition of 'progressive' is a pet topic of mine, I think lefties should define the term precisely before debating whether something fits the term.