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His discourse is now more detailed: submission, which is the meaning of islam in Arabic, gives him a kind of enjoyment.

As a result, the images can be much more detailed and the equipment less subject to mechanical problems.

More detailed methodology information was not provided to The Daily Beast by press time.

But Lear insists his longer, more detailed journeys are more thorough, experience-rich, and luxurious.

The authors followed that initial finding with a more detailed investigation.

Some of these are of such importance and of so frequent occurrence as to demand a more detailed examination.

They are generalities, and we should like, in view of what has to be told, something sharper and more detailed.

Let us now proceed, Madam, to a more detailed examination of the virtues upon which the Christian religion is built.

For a more detailed discussion of these views, see Lehfeldt's Electrochemistry , pp. 78, 79.

The government subsequently presented a more detailed statement of their objections to the basis of union.


On this page you'll find 102 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to detailed, such as: accurate, complicated, comprehensive, definite, exact, and exhaustive.

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