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exact (something) from (one)

To obtain something from someone through authority, force, or some other means of coercion. I doubt you'll be able to exact the entire amount from her because she doesn't make enough money to pay you back right now.
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to be (more) exact

To be more accurate; to provide better or more correct details. You'll need to pay nearly $500 for various entry visas to get into the country—$485, to be exact. It seems like the political party is finally starting to gain some amount of clout in parliament, or, to be more exact, they have become less marginalized and disliked.
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exact something from someone

to demand something from someone; to take something from someone. The bill collector sought to exact payment from them for a debt that had been paid off long ago. You cannot exact a single cent from me.
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Since this system is being used for the poison spreading operation, the exactness of 3.5 meters which contains %90 of the points is acceptable; while in a similar project being carried out in Japan, which is being done by means of a speedometer device, light fiber, and GPS, a tractor which is being attached by a ploughshare was being directed through a parallal pathway with an exactness of 12 centimeters.
It had brought out rigor in him, but also exactness and respect, like one of the rules of the ancient societies of Cameroon and Nigeria, where children must not cry, must not complain."
As a coach rather than a prescriber of exactness, I have asked students to soar beyond the prescriptive to the inventive.
Ponsonby (below) was one of the pioneers of syndicate ownership and remembers with a fond exactness the first runner for his first syndicate.
Never before had a device been created with such simplicity or exactness in theoretical calculations, or even with such important results in the laboratory.
FW: Jorge Luis Borges, for how he molds exactness into language; Ryszard Kapuscinski, for his ability to give specific incidents a universal glow; and Curzio Malaparte, for his superb style.
and then there you have it: stilled: the exactness: the number: your
Indeed, while several formulas with polynomial exactness are known for the whole disk [3], these seem to be missing apart from special cases (e.g., [15]) for relevant disk subregions, such as circular sectors, circular zones (the portion of a disk included between any two parallel chords and their intercepted arcs) with circular segments as a special case, and circular lenses (intersection of two disks).
A three-layer network is able to realize the mapping of arbitrary continuous function by arbitrary exactness. The performance of mapping needs to train networks.
The Prime Minister graduated at the Faculty of Economics, where the exactness is condition sine qua non.
It achieves almost the same information aggregation time compared to previous algorithms but it outperforms them in terms of exactness. It can work efficiently for WTNs due to these features, without suffering from frequent change of network topology.
Second is its strategy, which focuses on the marketer with laser-target exactness and which aims to provide tools and services to meet marketers' needs as they engage with their social consumers."
Among the topics are the poem of Gilgamesh; Richard Lattimore's mistaken ambition of exactness in the Odyssey; Bacchylides and the translation of Greek poetry, the beastly house of Atreus, Introduction to Antigone, and lights in Santa Sophia from Paul the Silentiary.
Also, the exactness and efficiency of the land register will improve and the property department at the Ministry of Finance will also be modernized.
Moreover, Arabic which is the language of the QAAEuran, uses tanwin or nunation for pronunciation subtleties which might alter the meaning and these require exactness.