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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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NB had a score of over 85% both in Accuracy (AC) and Preciseness (PR), whereas CT had the lowest score in AC (Table-2).
Greater preciseness should be expected for laboratory analyses, as Table 1 shows, where CP rates were more exact with more intense grinding, also reported by Casali et al.
Now they're learning more about the preciseness of gun care.
Laboratory science is a highly disciplined field, with great preciseness applied to quality control (QC), quality assurance, personnel competency, and test-reporting accuracy.
Robotic surgery where a robot performs a surgical procedure on a patient is known for its excellent dexterity and preciseness.
There is no doubt that the continuation of these practices on several cultural occasions and the preciseness of the organization of the group members when they enter these events and occupy the first rows, confirm there is someone standing behind them, instructing them to move, coordinating their ranks and attributing the roles.
And I can't extrapolate backwards with any preciseness as there are too many variables.
The participants were each asked to comment on eight affective factors of the two versions of Portuguese: sound, expressiveness, musicality, elegance, literature, science, preciseness, and standardization.
Take that physical power play and mingle it with skill, speed, preciseness and world class players, and you have New Zealand, A pretty potent bomb just waiting to explode upon us at the Millennium Stadium.
Deputy Interior Minister and Head of the Security Committee for 20th Gulf Cup Major General Saleh al-Zouari has affirmed that the adopted security plan to secure sport activities of the 20th Gulf Cup is implemented at a high level of preciseness and capacity in all stadiums and sport facilities in Aden and Abyan governorates which will host the event, according to almotamar.
He does an excellent job of executing a solemn, lonely gut feeling which is done with a lot of soul and preciseness.
The US expert praised the capacities of the authority's staff in utilizing the inspection systems to achieve preciseness in procedures of customs control.
The statement pointed out that: "more than a crisis had taken place towards the foreign troops, that had acted and still acts in Iraq, but our Council calls for looking for preciseness and objectivity in dealing with sensitive issues and reports, that represent a direct accusation, depending on reports that reflect personal viewpoints and analysis, that can't be treated as proven document and evidences.
DEAR STEPHAN: If there is anything that requires preciseness, it is exactly this kind of wording.
Somewhere between the preciseness of rules established from the first wars, and the lack of preciseness and predictability of fusions, evolutions, and evolutions lies the whole art of confrontation, as well as crisis management [10].