However, the authors expatiate
sensibly upon their findings, and these latter will be of considerable value to other researchers in the field.
They are invariably longer, they go into greater detail on methodology and sources, they expatiate
on the importance of their subject matter and the significance of history, and, very significantly, they eschew dedications to a named individual in favour of the impersonality of a third person singular address in a manner quite different from the first person singular intimacy of Luke's preface.
Earnest partisans of various of the 36 sites under consideration for the SSC buttonholed passersby in corridors to expatiate
on the scenic, educational and commercial virtues of their neighborhoods.
Earlier, the residents of the Sector D-12 had demanded the CDA management to expatiate
the development work in the said sector.
The net increase in the expatiate
manpower stood at 135,477.
The minister acknowledged the contribution of the expatiate
community, but said that illegal activity will not be tolerated.
It is not possible to expatiate
on the social and cultural consequences of political policies and programmes which succumb to the undue (and unfair) pressures of some disgruntled groups which not only ask for tolerance, but which declare that the majority of the population are intolerant and wrong.
The President said that there was great potential of further increasing the foreign remittances, which could cross the $ 15 billion a year mark if the expatiate
Pakistanis were offered adequate incentives.
Of course, limited space does not allow Clooney to expatiate
fully on all aspects of this new discipline.
A votary of this school has only to open his mouth and expatiate
upon the meaning of Pakistan -- usually to say it is a fortress of Islam -- and dark thoughts rush into my mind.
The UNSC must not also give up its role for some invisible "higher power," but it will rather fully exercised its powers to exert more pressure for all the UN member states and all the UN partnering parties to expatiate
the apprehension of al-Bashir.
The treatment of Greek is derivative (from Proctor, Barker, and Lowry), repetitious, and above all out of all proportion to the minuscule part that Greek played in the overall economy of classical publishing-no more than twenty-six editions of ancient authors; though here Jones permits himself to expatiate
on the contemporary aids to learning the language where in the Latin section the ancient grammarians Donatus, Priscian, and Diomedes, copiously printed, are passed over in silence.
Surely I don't need to expatiate
on the sublime poetics therein or the beautiful images to which they give rise.
Their forecasts became too inside-baseball; they evolved into number-crunchers who could expatiate
at length on minutiae, but failed to see the big picture.
Through his dialogo Casoni intended to expatiate
on the thirty-nine manifestations of Love announced in the title, but he tired after the first six, and the treatise remains a torso.