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explicit

(ĕk-splĭs′ĭt) [L. explicare, to unfold, set forth]
1. Clearly and definitively stated.
2. Unequivocal.
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The words of the song are quite explicitly feminist.
Payne has a particular interest in Scamozzi, however, because his treatise explicitly takes up both the visual and verbal traditions of reflection on key issues whose relatedness, in the earlier texts, had to be surmised, often through impressive literary sleuthing.
This rule explicitly bans the use of electronic cigarettes in all forms, including but not limited to electronic cigars, pipes, and devices designed to look like everyday products such as pens.
Doctoral programs housed in Christian institutions appeal to this need, but the argument begs the question as to whether explicitly Christian programs actually train students to deal with religious and spiritual diversity, per se, or to deal with committed Christian clients.
The introductions preceding main news bulletins express explicitly political stances and are frequently suggestive, affecting the judgment of the audience," the report said, adding that on numerous occasions news bulletins also included instances of incitement against certain political parties.
To more fully understand and appreciate the clinical training that is provided at these seven programs, it is important to first articulate what is meant by an explicitly Christian doctoral program in the field of clinical psychology.
analyses suggested that covering and explicitly out items were
What they insist on is that they only take students who have achieved a high academic threshold; beyond that they explicitly look at achieving the best social mix that they can.
Failure to explicitly recognise this issue in the strategy, particularly in the current economic climate, would send a dangerous signal to unscrupulous traders, on-the-ground enforcement officers--and the consumers that the FSA was set up to protect.
This bill explicitly includes dental hygiene assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning, as well as the identification of dental abnormalities, as services that may be provided by either supervised or unsupervised dental hygiene clinicians.
This practice was not explicitly prohibited until now, but was not explicitly authorised either.
We must ensure the right not only to be gay but to be explicitly sexual.