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lu·cid

(lū'sid),
Clear, not obscured or confused, as in a lucid moment or lucid spoken expression.
[L. lucidus, clear]

lucid

[lo̅o̅′sid]
Etymology: L, lucidus, clear
clear, rational, and able to be understood. See also lucid interval.

lu·cid

(lū'sid)
Clear, not obscured or confused, as in a lucid moment or lucid spoken expression.
[L. lucidus, clear]

lu·cid

(lū'sid)
Clear, not obscured or confused.
[L. lucidus, clear]
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She argues lucidly that Porete's speculative treatise is based on "an explicitly nongendered classification of souls into noble and non-noble, a hierarchy based on a God-given inborn spiritual status" (xii).
No one has packed quite so much crucial, often novel, lucidly presented information in a single, affordable publication as has Campbell.
It lucidly explained to your readers that if the standard procedures for the erection of public buildings are followed, the client has at all stages, complete control of everything that is happening throughout the process of his architect's involvement with the design and its eventual completion.
They will explain rather more lucidly what discretion does exist, which is rather more than the returners were taking.
Leeming lucidly situates Baldwin in relation to momentous political events of his day, especially the American civil-rights movement, and treats thoroughly his relationship with Martin Luther King Jr.
Book Story gives readers a unique opportunity to look on as evolutionary science, artificial intelligence, cosmological origins, and information technology are hotly -- and lucidly -- debated.
This book is a translation of a work published in 2008 (NZZ Libro, Zurich), making available to the English-speaking audience a series of lucidly written explications of how the basic units of life evolved, how they function, and what they mean to us.
neurology, Massachusetts General Hospital) describes in clear terms why some graphs fail miserably, the psychological principles behind how we see and understand, and how these principles can be applied to make graphs successful in lucidly presenting information.
As well as being lucidly written, Profitable Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance shows a real mastery of detail and process.
But the contents are wide-ranging, lucidly expressed and of interest to opera lovers everywhere.
1) In addition to its focus on an important topic, the book is lucidly written and impressively researched.
On the one hand, he sees it as the "culmination" of the evolution of Florentine government and political ideas, among the ottimati at least, toward a more "realist" conception of republicanism -- here defined as "a constitutionalism avant le mot that sought to cast the properly constituted body politic, not primarily in terms of ultimate normative foundations, but rather in terms of institutions and procedures capable of composing and furthering lucidly understood interests" (22), and in which "good government will be judged by its effectiveness in delivering desirable results" (17).