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  • adj. comparative form of precise: more precise

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Examples

  • The conventional pole CIO is the average position of the pole over a reference period, which used to be 1900-1905... but the definition may have changed since then, as currently VLBI is the technique of choice for monitoring polar motion, much preciser than astronomical latitude observations ever were.

    Rabett Run

  • Of the shock-paddles to the temples, to be preciser.

    Test Screening Review: G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra | /Film

  • "ESTHETIQUEMENT BEAU", je tiens a preciser que c possible puisqu'il existe des clip moches mais qui sont beau au niveau de ce qu'ils degagent!

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Tout de meme je tiens a preciser que je n'avais pas dessiné un personnage au teint sombre ou koikesse ...

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Elle voulait me preciser quelque chose hier qu'elle n'avait pas bien remarqué.

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Alice have admitted her own lack of preciser knowledge, or have uncovered to the day her private imaginings of the great unknown.

    Growing Pains

  • This also implies that for the choice of the best investment projects of some developing country much preciser information is needed than ordinary statistics can give us.

    Jan Tinbergen - Prize Lecture

  • On this subject of _perception_ it is well known that Reid and Stewart, refusing to be drawn into any hypothesis or unsatisfactory analysis, contented themselves with stating, in the preciser language of the schools, the _fact_ as it appears to the plain unsophisticated observer.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61, No. 379, May, 1847

  • Dat's de word fo 'chicken -- fried chicken, to be mo' preciser ....

    Lady Luck

  • Clad in scarlet, he rode before them playing upon a lute -- unclerical conduct which shocked his preciser brother and surprised nobody.

    Domnei A Comedy of Woman-Worship

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