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Synonyms for well-defined

having a clean and distinct outline as if precisely cut along the edges


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accurately stated or described


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On the other hand, the sectors that lack well-defined political constituencies include professionals, women, elderly and the youth.
The presence of well-defined gas clouds at our two premier prospects in China with good reflectivity above and laterally gives additional confidence in the technical merit of our world class oil exploration play in offshore China.
It was also found that the teen had well-defined cysts upon ultrasonography of the infected eye and right testis.
Because men do not go through a well-defined period referred to as menopause, some doctors refer to this problem as androgen (testosterone) decline in the aging male - or what some people call low testosterone.
The strength of this attribute is based on the supportive national legal framework for a well-defined revenue source from insurance premiums and potential financial support from the state.
Congress, the association argues, restricted community credit union membership to well-defined local areas.
This case illustrates a well-defined ostium through the posterior medial wall of the large ethmoid bulla draining into the superior portion of the left middle meatus.
BOSSES benefit from "well-defined" employment rules says a Huddersfield law firm.
Lots of well-defined legs mean your wine probably has a high alcohol content (13% or more).
It has developed a well-defined eye and had maximum sustained winds near 175 kilometers per hour (kph).
Incidentally, a well-defined lytic lesion was seen in the sacrum adjacent to the left sacroiliac joint consistent with a pneumatocyst.
* It's a challenge to keep curls well-defined and beautiful all day long.
An "industrialized" claim operating model is characterized by well-defined processes, supported by the right metrics and enabled with the right tools and technologies.
The current culture of regulatory compliance through thorough documentation can be replaced with one that encourages streamlined, well-defined, simplified records that focus on each resident's quality-of-life preferences.