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  • v. Present participle of exposit.

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Examples

  • And, besides, he was carefully expositing to her his views on settlement work — views that Bill Totts 'adventures had played a part in formulating.

    SOUTH OF THE SLOT

  • It represents the primordial speech of the Buddha Dainichi uttering and expositing the Dharma, taken in both its restricted human significance and its broader cosmic significance.

    Laughter

  • It doesn't matter to us if expositing the "axis of evil" makes President Bush feel better or singing "Bomb Bomb Bomb Iran" is a part of Sen. McCain's commercial advertisement.

    Inviting Americans to Iran

  • Without resorting to a #1, a reboot, or heavy-handed expositing, the book managed to be an excellent jumping-on point.

    What I bought – 28 December 2007 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • Condillac published two main philosophical works: the Essay on the Origin of Human Knowledge of 1746, and the Treatise on Sensations of 1754, both of which were devoted to expositing his views on the role of experience in the development of our cognitive capacities.

    Étienne Bonnot de Condillac

  • Basically they seemed to be there for the sake of expositing although it wasn't bad expositing, rather than because the story needed them.

    between the rock and the cold, cold sea -- Day

  • And, besides, he was carefully expositing to her his views on settlement work -- views that Bill Totts 'adventures had played a part in formulating.

    South of the Slot

  • This essay, expositing ideas by no means exclusively original with Malthus, emphasizes the fact that organisms tend to increase at a geometrical ratio through successive generations, and hence would overpopulate the earth if not somehow kept in check.

    A History of Science: in Five Volumes. Volume IV: Modern Development of the Chemical and Biological Sciences

  • And besides, he was carefully expositing to her his views on settlement work -- views that Bill Totts 'adventures had played a part in formulating.

    The Strength of the Strong

  • He preaches verse-by-verse, carefully expositing the Word of God, seeking to be absolutely faithful to the text.

    Challies Dot Com - Informing the Reforming

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