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Olsen said he offered to revoke the ban, which he said the software triggered automatically, if Johnson or the university specified Johnson’s IP address.

She didn’t specify what was wrong with individual plans but said they lacked a means for measuring whether Metro was following through.

McDonald’s, however, did not specify which suppliers it would use globally for its new platform.

From Fortune

The company declined to specify where it increased spending, only that it was on “other media.”

From Fortune

Spotify says the new program is an experiment, and hasn’t specified exactly how much lower the streaming rate would be for promoted songs.

From Quartz

The law specifies businesses with “public accommodations,” but—in effect—that covers almost everything.

But the constitution also specifies that mandatory individual agreements with the government are required.

The FEC narrowed the rule to apply only when the donor specifies the money is going to a particular campaign ad.

Neither plan specifies how long these residual forces would remain by mutual agreement between Washington and Baghdad.

Unless some creditor objects and specifies his ground of objection, the petition will be granted.

Usually a lease specifies not only the amount of rent to be paid, but the time of payment.

In one of his colophons he specifies Reading Abbey as his place of abode; for the others he merely says Reading.

The form appears upon the common matter and "specifies" it, and makes it what it is, bringing it from potentiality to actuality.

Dr. Preston himself even specifies one disease, in which he thinks a vegetable diet would be useful.


On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to specifies, such as: indicate, fix, stipulate, spell out, mention, and limit.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.