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to make specific

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Just to stir the pot, he also added "Anyway, there's no such word as particularize.
Judge Hummel also decided that no hearing was required on the issue of attorney's fees when those fees are authorized by the lease itself, and that the tenant had not supported its challenge to the amount of the legal fees by failing to particularize challenges to the number of hours billed, the tasks performed or the rate of legal fees charged.
1392) striving to particularize feeling, the changing meaning of the arch motive in Italian Renaissance art, contained emotion and the hostility of darkness in Rembrandt and the Baroque, and French impressionism as heir to the classical tradition and its encounter with Japanese "Pictures of the Floating World.
Both the firms particularize in waste and recycling management and are processing with Sentinel Systems to offer road-safe operating vehicles for their surrounding areas.
Clytus posits that the bulk of what Komunyakaa writes "reflects his inextricable link to a sentiment seldom acknowledged in African American poetics--the idea that a 'black' experience should not particularize the presentation of art.
Thus the Tridentine reformation appears "less in terms of centre versus periphery, than as an attempt by Rome to particularize the universal [.
Several twentieth-century novels that install the Eden trope particularize it as the Adamic paradigm foreground the origin myth embedded in the Adamic story, and embellish it with totemic features, especially between the 1930s and the 1950s," Greene writes.
The Trustee filed the Second Amended Complaint to more fully particularize the pleadings, the nature of the claims of liability in the case, and the facts supporting alter ego and single business enterprise liability and fraudulent concealment as it pertains to the Defendants' statute of limitations defense and to assert the following additional claims for relief: breach of express good faith duty, constructive fraud, unjust enrichment and prima facie tort and to add claims in the alternative of intentional interference with contract and of conspiracy.
The facility particularizes in redeveloping and manufacturing powdered, nutritional products.
AMG, which is Vanadium-based in Cambridge, Ohio, particularizes in the environmentally beneficial conversion of oil refinery and power plant waste products into ferrovanadium, nickel and molybdenum mainly utilized by global steel producers in automotive, energy transmission and infrastructure applications.
The Complaint particularizes how Baker Hughes and its management violated the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and specifies the company's false statements and omissions of material facts.
The Complaint particularizes how Plains and its management violated the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and specifies the partnership's false statements and omissions of material facts.
Each of those styles at once particularizes mobility and belongs to no one in particular; it is a universal property.
But Schorr's formal style is closer to that of the deadpan Kodachrome snapshot, which ironically particularizes its subjects, describing rather than aestheticizing.
Recently, a senior official at Iran s ministry of energy declared that the country contrives to set up a a technical university in neighboring Iraq, that particularizes in the power industry sphere and renewable energy sources.