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- adv. In an explicit manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an explicit manner; clearly; plainly; without disguise or reservation of meaning; not by inference or implication.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Plainly; without disguise or reservation of meaning; not by inference or implication; clearly; unmistakably: as, he explicitly avows his intention.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an explicit manner
Refined flour products “wheat flour” or “enriched wheat flour” is essentially the same as white flour, unless the label explicitly lists “whole wheat flour” as the first ingredient.
While Porter doesn't mention the term explicitly, he is in effect calling on all businesses large and small to reinvent themselves as social enterprises and redefine their operations beyond profit maximisation towards addressing societal needs.
If you are like me and particularly nervous about explosions the label explicitly says not to cook the can without opening it, you do this in a crock pot so as to somewhat contain the potential shrapnel.
Radkau never really explains the title explicitly, but it is pretty well covered in a look at how well traditional knowledge understood soil.
The term explicitly excludes [[ballistic missile]] s used as weapons, in part because the space segment is incidental to the mission of the missile, which is hitting a target on earth.
The term explicitly excludes ballistic missiles used as weapons, in part because the space segment is incidental to the mission of the missile, which is hitting a target on earth.
The term explicitly excludes [[ballistic missile]] s, in part because the space segment is incidental to the mission of the missile, which is hitting a target on earth.
The title explicitly says "pinku and beyond" so there seems to be little room for such an interpretation.
One way the film builds tension is in explicitly keeping the sound effects as frequently off-screen, just like how you can't visibly see the wind chimes in HL2.
When she endorsed Arkansas congressional candidate Cecile Bledsoe on Facebook, Palin explicitly referred to her as part of a growing list of "commonsense conservative 'mama grizzlies.' "
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