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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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The gas bills for the last month have been exorbitantly high in general, Rs 31,130 to be exact. This figure is expectantly high.
There had been three to be exact: the 12-year-old daughter of a synagogue official; a widow's son outside of Nain and Lazarus, the brother of Mary and Martha.
Regarding the basis for human rights, it has been awhile since the Humanist covered that--since Robert Grant's article on the topic in the January/February 2000 issue, to be exact. But Humanist arguments making a case certainly exist.
"Nationwide is on your side"--both sides to be exact. A leading insurer in both the property/casualty and life industries, Nationwide cites its multiline status and diverse products as the key to its success.
Kevin Copeland's got milk--330,000 gallons a day to be exact. President and CEO of Los Angeles-based Copeland Beverage Group Inc.
The French researcher some activists credit for discovering HIV is coming to America -- to Queens College in New York City, to be exact.
IT IS A WEEKDAY MORNING, 8:25 TO BE EXACT, AND THE daily Mass is about to begin.