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EN[ˈdi(ː)teɪɫ]
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  • Examples of detail
    1. These gendered constructions of subjecthood are explored in more detail in Chapter two of this book.
    2. This occasions a flood of recollected sensory detail, Updike at his best, an eternalizing of the moment of that kiss which stands in defiance of age and decrepitude and the bone cancer winnowing Mamie in the prison of her reduced self.
    3. This book only glosses over quantum mechanics, and doesn't go into detail.
    4. With careful attention to detail, he reconjured the atmosphere of a 19th-century ball.
    5. Smith is good at detail, but can't see the forest for the trees.
    6. The two of them always seem to be in agreement about every single detail.
    7. Gas chromatography was performed using a Varian 3400CX chromatograph fitted with a WCOT fused silica capillary column of 100 m x 0.25 mm x 0.20 μm, coated with polar highly substituted cyanopropyl CP-SIL 88 phase, as described in detail [24 ].
    8. One Hollywood Flood-Lite was used, subdued to 20 amperes and screened by lowering the Lite back of a small headground, until detail in the composition was almost lost to the eye.
    9. Definitive histometric data on the increased density of piscine intestinal mucous cells and the qualitative changes in the glycoconjugates secreted in response to helminth infection has been studied in detail by the current authors [ 7 , 8 ].
  • Examples of details
    1. Mahler significantly reorchestrated the music, eliminating doublings and rescoring things so details come through clearly.
    2. Don't forget to write in your details on the paper.
    3. The dispatches revealed details of corruption and kleptocracy that many Tunisians suspected, […]. They also exposed the blatant discrepancy between the west's professed values and actual foreign policies.
    4. Facebook me the details later.
    5. In a statement signed by a dozen other leftists, he said that his group would form a new antibailout movement, one opposed to the memorandum specifying the details of the new loan program.
    6. Applied to birding, the gis approach involves a deemphasis of separate field marks in favor of the gestalt, the essence that tells us a dog is a dog and a Le Conte's sparrow is a Le Conte's sparrow regardless of the details of their appearance.
    7. They first calculated the fractal dimension containing ductal lumens and then they analyzed the fractal details of the ductal network in galactograms to detect early signs of cancerous tissues.
    8. Using a technique adapted from plant virology, the samples were freeze dried, homogenized in a genogrinder and thereafter, RNA was extracted according to the manufacturer’s manual (for details see [13 ]).
    9. See Introduction for more details about the reproductive modes of each genomotype.
  • Examples of detailed
    1. Sub Officer Jack Hobbes had checked that everyone who was meant to be there was present, and detailed who was riding the Pump and the Pump Escape, who were the drivers, who were down as BA wearers and who was duty man for the shift.
    2. Motivated by its well defined higher dimensional origin, a detailed study of supergravity with a dyonically gauged gauge group is performed.
    3. Primo was free-handing without even using a template, and Alex was outlining a great, detailed design that looked as if it would definitely take the cake when done.
    4. In the four months following his review of The Homilies, we have a detailed record of Wesley's unremitting diligence, his intermittent anxieties and only occasional moments of joy and high-heartedness.
    5. We propose that the rapid load—unload behavior of sclera becomes stiffer in most eyes after chronic IOP elevation due to the uncrimping of collagen fibrils and the reorientation of scleral lamellae, as detailed in a prior publication.
    6. Detailed SEM study showed that putative mechanosensillae are distributed all around the frontal as well as other projections.
    7. The 1967 film of the female Bigfoot mentioned in her review has about 30 seconds with the primatelike creature in question in view, enough to allow a detailed biomechanical analysis by several primate specialists.
    8. Thus far, detailed studies determining the neurochemical codes of the two subplexuses in the porcine and human colon are scarce.
    9. Labor’s policies on ending tax breaks for high income superannuants and tax avoidance for multinational corporations are detailed, sound and electorally appealing.
  • Examples of detailing
    1. He is making his first precaucus trip to Iowa this week, and he sends out regular e-mail messages to supporters detailing his positions.
    2. She sent a long letter detailing all the recent goings-on in her life.
    3. A writer of dictionaries; a harmless drudge that busies himself in tracing the original, and detailing the signification of words.
    4. A short meet-cute dialogue ensues, detailing exactly how many hours of interviews Levitt had agreed to (two), and exactly how much of his time Dubner actually ended up taking (three days). [1]
    5. At the end of the second act the main villain gave a soliloquy detailing his plans to attack the protagonist.
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