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enumerate

verb be specific, catalog, count, designate, detail, differentiate, enroll, enumerare, index, inventory, itemize, keep count, list, make a list, mention, mention one by one, mention specifically, name expressly, name one by one, number, numerate, point out, specify, tabulate
Associated concepts: descriptive enumeration, enumerated counts, enumerated motions
Foreign phrases: Enumeratio infirmat regulam in casibus non enumeratis.Enumeration disaffirms the rule in cases which are not enumerated.
See also: book, calculate, define, detail, express, impanel, index, inform, itemize, mention, pinpoint, poll, recapitulate, recite, relate, signify, specify, survey, tabulate
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Perform separate counts to enumerate giant platelets and nRBCs/100 cells counted as WBCs on the counter by a) enumerating nRBCs by counting the number of nRBC/100 cells (when counting 100 cells include both giant platelets and WBCs), and b) enumerating giant platelets by counting the number of giant platelets/100 cells (when counting 100 cells, include both nRBCs and WBCs);
Under those conditions, it became possible to accustom the laity to enumerate all their sins, and indeed there was a large production of literature that helped them prepare to do so.
The ProtoCOL software has exceptional colour recognition capabilities, which can simultaneously enumerate different coloured features from the same image.
The proven ability of ProtoCOL RGB to quickly enumerate a range of colony colours on different plate types will be essential for food microbiology laboratories that want automation and flexibility.
If your building's Cycle 5 Critical Examination enumerates SWARMP conditions that are still uncorrected, your first move, should be to have those conditions corrected.
The new section enumerates several "listed transactions" involving plans the service says are the same as of substantially similar to others it has identified as tax avoidance transactions.
The author did her homework and she enumerates the experiences of slavery, the bounty hunters, and the Underground Railroad.
The Fraud Alert enumerates current recruitment and retention practices that OIG finds to be suspect under the Medicare/Medicaid antikickback statute and warns that such practices may be subject to prosecution.