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to be (more) precise

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 precise. It seems like the political party is finally starting to gain some amount of clout in parliament, or, to be more precise, they have become less marginalized and disliked.
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to be (more) preˈcise

(also more preˈcisely) used to show that you are giving more detailed and accurate information about something you have just mentioned: The shelf is about a metre long — well, 98 cm, to be precise.The problem is due to discipline, or, more precisely, the lack of discipline, in schools.
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While the per unit license fee is volume dependent and cannot be forecasted by Precise Biometrics at this point, the company said it is currently projecting that some of the revenues generated under the agreement will be recognized starting from the fourth quarter of 2016.
According to Precise Biometrics, it is currently projecting that some initial revenues generated under the agreement will be recognised starting from the first quarter of 2017.
Therefore, Im thrilled to see the students utilize Precise YOUNiQ in our engineering labs, as it allows them to take part in novel technology that can inspire them to develop solutions of the next-generation, stated Dr.
According to the company, with the launch of Precise YOUNiQ for facility access, it is opening the door to a more convenient, secure and contemporary everyday life.
"With Daburn Electronics' support behind us, we can leverage the benefits of a larger organization to further improve our R&D, product development and customer service," said Feroze Sidhwa, director of sales, Precise Circuits.
Precise Technologies, a VAD specialising in disruptive and emerging technologies focused on cybersecurity, information security, digital and cloud transformation, and AI-based analytics solutions, will now distribute and support Optimal IdM in expanding its market presence in the META region, by fostering a mutually beneficial partnership.
Users will still be able to tag precise location through Twitter's updated camera, which is helpful during live tweeting.
According to Precise Biometrics, it projects that this integration will generate some royalty revenues from the third quarter of 2018, which will be based on actual sales of fingerprint sensors that utilise Precise BioMatch Mobile.
The loans were originated by Charter Court Financial Services (CCFS), trading as Precise Mortgages (Precise) in the UK (excluding Northern Ireland).
Motorola Solutions and RapidSOS, an emergency technology startup, will soon begin delivering precise location information for US 911 calls made from smartphones.
Under this new approach, which Precise Hire calls Dynamic Adjusted Pricing, if the applicant lived in just one county, the client will only pay for a criminal record search in one county.
Precise Memory is engaged in the production and testing of memory modules for desktops, servers, workstations, notebooks and office automation products.
2 : very exact : accurate precise measurements <The clay for glaze was mixed in precise proportions with water and wood ash.
Precision agriculture demands Precision Selling--a strategy where agrisalespeople must sharpen their approach and be more precise in how they utilize their resources to create the right value for the right customers.
Prazisionsspindeln (Herzogenbuchsee, Switzerland, www.fischerag.com) acquiring Precise Corp.