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A more precise association of THC levels and degrees of impairment are not yet available.

There had been a scuffle at school; well, a scuffle after football practice is more precise.

The University of Mississippi football games, to be more precise.

McAuliffe also was able to engage in more precise targeting among groups such as Hispanics and young voters.

Key to the new timeline is a more precise window in which Madeleine most likely disappeared.

A phrase which spoke of a soul bruised out of life and rushing to annihilation would have been more precise.

Naturally, too, the more precise terms would be first employed by technical writers.

To be more precise, by the mental hinterlands of three or four thousand individuals.

Those who try to make out a more precise sequence of thought than this are not very successful.

Gradually a more precise localization of qualities was made by the Semites, Greeks, Romans, and other peoples.


On this page you'll find 217 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to precise, such as: accurate, actual, clear-cut, correct, decisive, and definite.

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