- v. alternative spelling of itemize.
- v. place on a list of items
- v. specify individually
“Wood, Bruner, and Ross (1976) in one of the first attempts to define the term, itemise six:”
“I could go on, but the balance sheet, vis-a-vis how awful Saddam was to his people, is not in favour of Blair & co when you actually itemise it rather than appeal to generalities.”
“But with its insatiable urge to itemise components of the national culture, The Ask is also the latest instalment in a tradition of urban literary surveys that reaches back to Whitman.”
“And is it not very strange that the publisher of this magazine fails to itemise the issue on his weekly political pantomime, when it is featured this week on the cover page of his magazine?”
“Mr Brown does not itemise the reasons for this unequivocal support or suggest what splendid qualities Mr Martin may possess which might offset his patent liabilities.”
“Meanwhile of those flats/houses secured under the 38% [& believe me they went for it] most are instantly divided into matchboard cells, so a 2 bed flat can fit six - eight lodgers in .... who invariably sub-sub let & as they are transient with their landlords elsewhere usually managed by agents councils & tenants [LBTH] are subjected to an avalanche of abuses too obvious to itemise.”
“Then I itemise each one into WTDT What to do Today.”
“Perhaps you could itemise brieflythe top 5 items that comprise the “overwhelming scientific case”?”
“Bella began at once to itemise every last church in the place and I was slightly relieved when the guard called out ‘Destinazione!’ and our carriage creaked and wheezed its way into the upper station.”
“In his personal case, Maharaj said it would have been difficult to itemise everything he had been charged for, including the 177 acts of sabotage.”
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