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- adv. Thoroughly; including every detail; with all particulars.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. in subdivisions; part by part; item by item; circumstantially; with particularity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. thoroughly (including all important particulars)
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My mission has been planned in detail with Kofi Annan and Ibrahim Gambari, former Nigerian foreign minister and currently UN undersecretary-general for political affairs.
Gene regulatory networks GRNs are logic maps emphasis added that state in detail the inputs into each cis-regulatory module, so that one can see how a given gene is fired off at a given time and place….
We had a long meetingat Henrys request to discuss in detail his problems with the State Department.
Back in Salt Lake, I went through my plan with my close friend Ian Baranski, who was living at the house as part of his comeback plan for 2010; I told him in detail how much working out I wanted to do, and why.
Two books which describe these practices in detail are White Woman Witchdoctor and African Divination Systems.
As Morton Smith says ironically in his Jesus the Magician which we will be discussing in detail shortly
As described in detail in our last book2, we discovered that it was the Maestro who had faked the Turin Shroud, which had long been believed to have been miraculously imprinted with Jesus' image at the time of his death.
Becker describes in detail how this denial shapes and misshapes our lives.
Her name was Rosa Maria, and Delight had told Joyful in detail of her special skills—a Portuguese, incredibly strong, squeezes the life out of them—and how many of the men would have no one else.
In his "De accentibus et orthographia linguae hebraicae" (1518), he treats in detail the word-accent, and more briefly the rhetorical accent and musical emphasis.