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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of explicate.


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  • On Sunday, all that was missing from the giant state-of-the-art screen, where supertitles explicated the Italian text, were the levels of information you normally get at a baseball game.

    WNO's 'Opera in the Outfield' event is a family-friendly day with Verdi

  • The sense by which to understand these terms are both given in the famed 2005 address to the Roman Curia, and are also further explicated upon in various discourses and activities of the Pope.

    Exploding a Myth: An Assertion About the "Hermeneutic of Continuity"

  • Calcutta! and as the unapologetic joker known for his spanking jones a penchant well-explicated in the play.

    'Tynan': A show to please the critic

  • China's overall prospects are explicated given specific caveat concerning China's distinctive pragmatic and cautious approach of implementing a market system along a political control by a one party system -- its longevity and stability will be subject to conjecture.

    Nake M. Kamrany: China's Growing Economic Strength in the 21st Century

  • Whitewater—the all-consuming mess of accusations about an allegedly corrupt Arkansas land deal decades earlier that would haunt the Clinton presidency—is, on the other hand, fully explicated.

    Portrait of a Presidency Under Siege

  • The discovery of a missing cache of 4,500 images made by Robert Capa and his colleagues during the Spanish Civil War is explicated in "The Mexican Suitcase."

    Listening at Latinbeat, Looking In on Ol' Blue Eyes

  • Is all this important enough to have explicated in such detail?

    Peter Clothier: A Disappointing Night Out

  • A vital step in the right direction is to acknowledge that our human sexuality is perplexing at best and cannot be legislated by a government, regulated by rules, or explicated by a religion.

    Aaron Anson: Regulating Human Sexuality

  • NEW ORLEANS--So now we're at the six-year anniversary of the event which everyone calls Katrina, even though, as has been explicated in these pixels many times, the flooding of this city was, in the words of a co-author of one of the two independent investigations of the event, "the greatest man-made engineering catastrophe since Chernobyl."

    Harry Shearer: "Katrina" Plus Six

  • Where “American History X” explicated racism and inter-cultural hostilities as products of social circumstances and somewhat vague domestic indoctrination through its central characters, this film looks at the internal struggle of its protagonist and illuminates his path to fascism and anti-Semitism as one littered with self-hatred and formed by insecurity.

    Overlooked Movie Monday: The Believer » Scene-Stealers


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