expand (up)on (something)

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expand (up)on (something)

To discuss a topic in more detail. This is such an important point that I'd like you to expand upon it when you revise your paper.
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expand (up)on something

 and enlarge (up)on something
Fig. to add detail to a report about something; to say more about something. Would you please expand upon that last remark? Would you care to enlarge upon your remarks?
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The acquisition expands upon GMG's technological capabilities and capital management strategy and builds upon its commercial and residential insurance product.
Emmett and expands upon the capital theory of the original, and is a 'must' for any college-level business and economics collection.
The '285 patent expands upon the company's previous patents in the area of applying psychological behavioral models to automatically analyze customer interactions.
This Program expands upon Pembroke s diverse suite of professional liability programs designed specifically for lawyers that are not directly covered by traditional liability coverages.
This commitment expands upon an announcement made by the carrier in August 2011 to waive fees for military personnel travelling in uniform for duty.
This new study updates and expands upon the information included in our previous study in 2008.
The nomination for the Coltsville Historic District expands upon the existing Samuel Colt Home (Armsmear) National Historic Landmark, which was designated in 1966.
The 40 mm stack height expands upon the options for 15 mm, 17 mm, 18 mm, 20 mm, 25 mm, 27 mm, 28 mm, 30 mm and 35 mm board spacing.
Eos Airlines, an airline that provides single-class premium service, is launching a brand campaign that expands upon the benefits of its service concept.
A GAME AS OLD AS EMPIRE: THE SECRET WORLD OF ECONOMIC HIT MEN AND THE WEB OF GLOBAL CORRUPTION comes from the author of the best-selling CONFESSIONS OF AN ECONOMIC HIT MAN and expands upon the prior book's theme.
The Notes section expands upon the role of each animal in ancient Southwestern culture.
David Weber's OLD SOLDIERS (1416508988, $26.00) also takes a story created by Keith Laumer and expands upon it: this telling of a sole survivor of battle who hadn't wanted to be one.
The 2004-2005 survey updates and expands upon a survey conducted more than a decade ago, taking special heed of the dramatic changes that have occurred in corporate governance and the growing need to provide tax directors and other corporate managers with benchmarking information.
It expands upon the Emerald Fulltext and Emerald Management Reviews databases by integrating newly enriched content, including a Conference Central; Research Register; the EMX Library Resource; Teaching Tips; and numerous book reviews, case studies, and interviews.
The new law dramatically changes and expands upon the owner's obligations set forth under "Local Law 38 of 1999." Significant changes include: 1) an increase in the age limit from six to seven years old where inspections are required to take place, 2) a greater responsibility on the owner to determine if a child under seven is residing in the unit, 3) stricter requirements for identifying and reducing lead hazards, 4) less time to correct violations issued by HPD, and 5) the opportunity to obtain tax benefits through J-51 Tax abatements, according to Josh Sarett a principal at ALC Environmental Inc.