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to utter publicly

to give expression to, as by gestures, facial aspects, or bodily posture

to convey in language or words of a particular form

to extract from by applying pressure

fixed and distinct from others

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mail that is distributed by a rapid and efficient system

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public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes only a few scheduled stops

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rapid transport of goods

serve as a means for expressing something

indicate through a symbol, formula, etc.

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manifest the effects of (a gene or genetic trait)

obtain from a substance, as by mechanical action

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send by rapid transport or special messenger service

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not tacit or implied

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without unnecessary stops

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References in classic literature ?
Power, government, war, law, punishment, and a thousand other things, had no terms wherein that language could express them, which made the difficulty almost insuperable, to give my master any conception of what I meant.
She made me translate what she could only express in her own tongue, and eagerly asked for the meaning of his replies.
But when he tried to express the cooperative impulse that stirred within him, his noises became gibberish.
In plain English, the Jury who tried my husband declined to express their opinion, positively and publicly, that he was innocent.
When I tell you that I refuse to submit to the opinion of the Scotch Jury, I mean exactly what my words express.
No words can express my sense of relief, now that it is all settled.
He is healthy, but not robust, full of gentle playfulness and vivacity, already affectionate, and susceptible of passions and emotions it will be long ere he can find words to express.
I was too much hurt to express any further dissatisfaction with his plans, or at all to refer to the subject again, except for the necessary arrangements concerning his departure and the conduct of affairs during his absence, till the day before he went, when I earnestly exhorted him to take care of himself and keep out of the way of temptation.
To express myself less figuratively, he determined to go to sea.
At each turn in his walk, especially at the parquet of the lighted dining room, he halted and said to himself, "Yes, this I must decide and put a stop to; I must express my view of it and my decision.
I must say and express fully the following points: first, exposition of the value to be attached to public opinion and to decorum; secondly, exposition of religious significance of marriage; thirdly, if need be, reference to the calamity possibly ensuing to our son; fourthly, reference to the unhappiness likely to result to herself.
Mr Tappertit, who was not in the best of humours, and who disliked Miss Miggs more when she laid her hand on her heart and panted for breath than at any other time, as her deficiency of outline was most apparent under such circumstances, eyed her over in his loftiest style, and deigned to express no curiosity whatever.
Automatic error detection is performed by the Vanguard Express AdvancedMC's onboard protocol checker.
We have analysed express delivery services of documents and parcels up to a maximum of 50 kg for household and business uses.
As part of the commitment, American Express will donate up to $750,000 to support the organization's goal of providing safe places for children to learn and grow.