elucidative


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Synonyms for elucidative

Synonyms for elucidative

that makes clear

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In oder to evaluate the true significance of deficiences regarding CIUR we think that it must discussed together many such deficiences reunited, for a good examination, in an elucidative collection.
Then, we attempt to examine in details the main aspects as well as the validity of CIUR deficiencies regarded in an elucidative collection.
Future investigations that test these temporal relationships may prove elucidative.
A respect for tradition and its history and for exemplary historical persons and events is best appreciated by considering its principal, argumentative uses of the past or historical appeal, that is, the elucidative and evaluative uses.
Before one attempts to negotiate this textual labyrinth, I highly recommend reading Ken James's substantial and elucidative commentary "Extensions: An Introduction to the Longer Views of Samuel R.
It is, however, volume five that presents the most elucidative and alluring view of the artist in its entirety.
A comparison with the equally famous Harry Mulisch, author of The Assault, would, for that reason, be more appropriate and elucidative.
He was especially elucidative and remarkably objective to the entire satisfaction of the attentive gathering at the AGM when in reply to the queries of the shareholders pertaining to the special projects of the Company, he offered the rationale of Company's plans in the perspective of national and international energy situation.
Originally published by Ticktock Publishing, London, this appealing introduction to Aztec life includes numerous color drawings and photos on every page, brief texts, and elucidative sidebars.
The strategy to stratify analyses by race was indeed more elucidative, at both the bivariate and multivariate levels.