expatiation


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a discussion (spoken or written) that enlarges on a topic or theme at length or in detail

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fundamentals require expatiation, I will be glad to add a pedantic
The most common expatiation is once again the increase of oil prices on global markets by 10% and Russia upping on September 1 its export duty on oil.
In a text in which the authors seek to provide an intensely practice-based approach to the law, expatiation may be avoided in favor of a more concise discussion of the law as it is applied by U.
Chapadeau's occupation, one highly influential with the youth of the community, coupled with the oft-cited menace of heroin addiction makes further expatiation unnecessary.
Time and space limitations do not allow for expatiation on his topic.
Unfortunately, this topic deserves greater expatiation, and a thorough examination of different cultural elements from different ethnic groups that survived, changed, and have been used by Creoles to define themselves as Creole rather than Indian, African American, and so on would have benefited the work as a whole.
But by the same token, this self-affirmation as his brothers' sole penile provider, and his self-fulfilment effected in that moment, were nothing more than the echo of his own expatiation.
Yet here the narration has a love of detail, of due expatiation, that is at once visionary, horrific, politically far-reaching, and poignant--in short, that has the power of Virgil's Georgics (hauntingly captured by the poet David Ferry, in his translation, The Georgics of Virgil, 2005, and--with a very different power-by Peter McDonald in his new book of poems, The House of Clay, "The Bees").
Dixon's expatiation on race within this scene marks how the sign "negro" is at once radically demonstrative (telling/testamentary) and evacuative (shares nothing/empties out meaning).
Lazare date from to 1170-89, according to records of funds donated by Henry II in expatiation for the death of Thomas Becket (Crozet 459, Joubert 12).