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  • ~ Scientists Elucidate the Origin of the Darkest Galaxies in the Universe -- Ghostly galaxies composed almost entirely of dark matter speckle the universe.

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  • Blake might sound here as elitist as Locke, except that later in this same letter he adds, "But I am happy to find a Great Majority of Fellow Mortals who can Elucidate my Visions & Particularly they have been Elucidated by Children" (CPP 703).

    Unlocking Language: Self-Similarity in Blake's _Jerusalem_.

  • Like Dr. Trusler, who complained that Blake "want [ed] somebody to Elucidate [his] Ideas" (CPP 702), Locke believes that the obscurity of language might be overcome if, among other things, people would "declare their [words] Meaning"

    Unlocking Language: Self-Similarity in Blake's _Jerusalem_.

  • Elucidate for the benefit of my poor, ignorant trader's mind.

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  • Elucidate for the benefit of my poor, ignorant trader's mind.

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  • · Elucidate the factors (genetic, nutritional, management, disease) causing losses of newly born calves;

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  • Elucidate for the benefit of my poor, ignorant trader's mind.

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  • "Elucidate, my dear Doctor," said Mike with interest.

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  • Elucidate forthwith, Benny -- in the vernacular, unbelt.

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  • Elucidate the accident, by which you had me kidnapped to be sold into slavery.

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