I understand not your allusions about lines and angles; and I leave expounding
to those who have been called and set apart for that holy office.
Professor Simon Newcomb was expounding
this to the New York Mathematical Society only a month or so ago.
You would not thank me for expounding
it to you at large.
As soon as he had dispatched this messenger, he went in quest of his sister, whom he found reading and expounding
Crawley had done haranguing and expounding
, we received our candles, and then we went to bed; and then I was disturbed in my writing, as I have described to my dearest sweetest Amelia.
Crisparkle sat beside him, expounding
, correcting, and advising.
He had tried expounding to him the system of Fourier and the Darwinian theory, but of late Pyotr Petrovitch began to listen too sarcastically and even to be rude.
How vexed I am that when I was expounding our system, I referred prematurely to the question of personal privacy
Authors Don Peppers and Martha Rogers, founders of an eponymous consulting group, have been expounding
on the value of consumer focus for years.
Yet this book is focused on the plight of First Nations women, the irony of the religious clash being developed through their treatment at the hands of European men expounding
a moral value system while imposing economic, social and sexual abuse.
Secret Shakespeare's Adventures of Freeman Jones contains the text of the novel itself, an essay concerning forensic evidence pointing to Shakespeare as the text's author, footnotes expounding
upon wordplay, and other insights into a remarkable and rambunctuous classic narrative.
Each framework has a chapter devoted to expounding
upon its development, core principles, practice applications and case examples.
The monologue device occurs once in each act as Callas is swept away by the music to a state of reverie, expounding
on her own difficult, nearly loveless life, artistic accomplishments and crushing decline.
Nesi was apparently intrigued by certain "exercises" two monks, Luca and Marco, had separately performed by way of expounding
upon "collections of short phrases" or symbola.
Mr Parsons now takes his place alongside Gordon Sinclair, who wrote an article 30-plus years ago, expounding
on the many times the US comes to the aid of suffering people, be it through famine, flood or other disasters.