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From the moment of his arrival, Ida studied him intently, and each hour brought difficulties, instead of elucidation.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
The times are changed, now most readers require parenthetical elucidation after each name except that of Chopin.
I am totally unable to give a definition of the word avver, and should feel much gratified by any correspondent's elucidation.
The company here unanimously joined in thanking Sir Henry for the elucidation of the mysteries which had perplexed them.
His ample bibliography leaves no point necessary for elucidation untouched.
Grammatically this is incorrect, for is certainly the predicate; but for the elucidation of the meaning this may be disregarded.
"O'Halloran, perhaps," said Lady Eleanor, in vain seeking a better elucidation.
The condition to which her child was thus devoted requires a brief historical elucidation.
M. Becquerel is (so far as I can learn) the only observer who has taken up the elucidation of this subject.
His elucidation of the principles of poetry is purely incidental and negative.

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