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to express at greater length or in greater detail

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Feingold expatiates a centuries-old issue: Does Aquinas's argument about the "natural desire" to see God contradict what he repeatedly says about the gratuitous and strictly supernatural character of that end?
He describes at great length and in gory detail the murder of Hypatia of Alexandria by a Christian mob in AD 415, expatiates upon St.
We really appreciate the passion of expatiates to know more about Garangao," she said.
Bahrain did not clarify its decision to expel Lebanese expatiates as it has not yet explained why it backtracked on that choice, AN NAHAR reported.
Prince Naif bin Abdulaziz urged all citizens, expatiates, businessmen, banks, companies and institutions to realize the seriousness of the disaster suffered by the brotherly people of Pakistan and to provide further help and assistance in order to rescue and shelter millions of Pakistani people.
First Poems" read like set exercises: a theme is proposed--a laburnum, her cat, an autumn morning--and she expatiates.
It is a different matter when he expatiates on the Goldoni who, postriforma, set out to examine "il tema amoroso" (60), principally in his female characters, and Fido makes a credible case for a Goldoni more skilled in the presentation of women and more deft in his handling of emotions in both sexes than has been normally believed.
Nor does a third kind, love of argument, for though Davidson has a thesis, he expatiates rather than argues.
While King expatiates at great length upon several gendered phenomena of the 150 years in question--including such phenomena as the arms akimbo stance, the molly houses, and the boy/man Edward Kynaston in female performance--and while he writes with obvious passion, it would be overly charitable to say that the clarity of his ideas matches the density of his prose.
The author superbly expatiates on important issues while including intriguing cultural examples, which include explanations about kinship and oral traditions to the significance of cultural preservation and lessons for the future noted by the twenty-first century.
He added that "there are many English expatiates living in Cyprus who have also taken out policies with Equitable Life and this is a very important issue.
Although the author is informative and entertaining about some of the things that differentiate the French from the rest of world, the Gallic sneer and the shrug is not far beneath the surface when she expatiates, for example, on the banality of English small talk.
If the expatiates are better studied as a literary community rather than as individual authors, wouldn't an anthology of turn-of-the-century expatriate writings be well suited to their peculiar "commercial and cultural phenomenon" and possibly welcomed into courses devoted to pre-WWI Canadian literature?
Pods with an incorrect weight will be automatically discharged downwards via a sensor control that expatiates good pods on the out feed conveyor.
Also taking his cue from Aristotle, Derrida next expatiates on the "figural body," the question of the world and, more specifically, worldly "finitude," which Nancy too examined in Corpus (1992, revised and expanded in 2000), and to which Derrida comes back to check the dots on the "i"s in the already globalized terminology of globalization (mondialisation, Globalisierung, etc.