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to express at greater length or in greater detail

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The recourse to the capillary is paralleled by the recourse to mossiness, "yr hollow chest / Old non-place of articulation," and "moss" at the substrate level may be what is spelt out, at last expatiated in the end-word to Weak Link where Halpern writes of "the softer growth, where some relation begins I to cohere, a place where no one lives anymore.
Torquay does have a lot in its favour which does not need to be emphasised or expatiated upon, as I am aware from a number of past visits (either by coach excursion or independently) over at least the past decade or two.
Instead [of the Constitution], they cited and expatiated on outside commentaries about social conditions, economics and politics.
In a statement issued today the AMI said the two expatiated staff members were abducted at the compound of the group in Ed El-Fursan, on the night of 4 to 5 April.
Christine Ebersole, the actress who won a Tony for portraying both Big and Little Edie in the stage musical, expatiated on the gay-as-outsider theme during a TV interview to promote the show, venturing to suggest that more and more Americans--and not just gay and lesbian ones--could relate to the Edies as the Bush years came to a close, precisely because so many people were now feeling like beleaguered outsiders who were no longer part of "mainstream" America after eight years of Republican rule.
Editors expatiated in unison on the sacrificial joys of being a wife and mother.
Here Fronto could easily have expatiated on the odious comparison between African hardiness and Roman effeteness that underlies Sallust's approach to historiography, but there is no hint of such.
Mansfield has recently expatiated in his widely ridiculed book, Manliness).
He expatiated on my talent not only to Kraus, but also for example to his acquaintance Mr.
For any and all these reasons, "I have dropt headlong from the world of ideal felicity in wh I had expatiated this four months; & pitched upon common leggs--in .
Such training focuses on the habit expatiated in The Shawl to separate diviner from seeker: "what separates us, finally, from them is this: that is we look clearly" (27).
Whatever she had seen in those two pages, it wasn't what Josef Steiner had, with such discomfort, expatiated upon in front of the Badenburg.
Still, one wishes that McDonald had expatiated on his evolution as a conservative--an unusual trajectory, to say the least, for an upwardly mobile scholar of his generation.
Nearly three decades earlier, Waugh had expatiated more fully on this theme.
In an informative afterword, Angela Jeannet reminds readers of the many well-known Italian writers who have expatiated on the theme of exile, beginning with Ignazio Silone, whose Fontamara appeared in 1930, through Carlo Levi and Natalia Ginzburg, up to Primo Levi and his meditations on human torment and survival.