- n. Plural form of clarification.
“Asking questions and seeking clarifications is the only good ingredient for the soul I tell you.”
“WADA is seeking a number of clarifications from the German Table Tennis Federation about its decision, Donzé wrote in an e-mail.”
“Some clarifications from the person who wrote the blog post above which is generating so much heat.”
“And then the idiot goes back and edits her comments to me so that my original comments suddenly look very foolish, responding to now-nonexistent points and putting in clarifications that weren't there to begin with.”
“It all makes you wonder when might we expect some further "clarifications" - they should really be corrections to factual mistakes and misleading claims - from last week's announcement?”
“Helga Truepel MEP is now on the warpath on this one, having written a press release on the issue (EN | DE) demanding clarifications from the UK government, and she’s also written a letter (PDF file here) to the chair of the EP’s Budgets Committee, Reimer Böge, demanding action - including inviting John Healey to Budgets Committee.”
“This has allowed Vince Cable to say that Northern Rock has been left with "rubbish" assets and he is now threatening to withdraw his support for the bill pending further clarifications from the Treasury. ”
“Interestingly, Inform is also trying to compete in the search engine wars with key features like clustered results a la Ask.com and “did you mean?” keyword clarifications:”
“RODGERS: One of the interesting things in covering this story from afar this week was looking at the so-called clarifications that the Israelis issued.”
“We are expecting clarifications from the Americans. ”
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