be precise

See: detail
References in classic literature ?
I should have found for myself a form of activity in keeping with it, to be precise, drinking to the health of everything "sublime and beautiful.
As the title states, the images correspond, in the order presented on the wall, to each page of the novel--the first Viking edition, to be precise.
But the difference between the ordinary teaching of the church and the extraordinary or infallible teaching is that the church uses her infallible teaching authority to be precise.
OA: Of course you have to be precise with words, and Bresson and Rohmer are extremely careful in their use of "grace.