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(d) More specific forms of skill, adapted to the work contemplated.

Other critics are more specific in their condemnation of non-English words.

And the more specific the confession, the more definitely will God revive.

More specific data of efficiency are difficult to arrive at.

More specific charges are also brought against the institution.

Well, that is one way of putting it; but there is a more specific way.

If we could be more specific in our reading than this, would our lives be much different?

The problem of logic has a more general and a more specific phase.

Of the more specific literary education I have already spoken.

This statement raises the more specific question, what is meaning?