exact statement

See: definition
References in classic literature ?
Lydgate, I should desire to know the truth without reservation, and I appeal to you for an exact statement of your conclusions: I request it as a friendly service.
Well, to say 'in a moment' is an exaggeration perhaps; but that everything was over in just twenty-four hours is an exact statement.
It is hardly an exact statement of the case," said the prince in reply.
Schildknecht told the commission that she did not remember making that exact statement, but conceded that the situation "seemed faintly familiar.
And yet, I've read that exact statement on my news feed countless times, written by someone I barely know.
They usually say that Al-Qaeda is a threat, but this exact statement [reflects a change].
Another way suppliers help clients evade taxes is by providing them with an exact statement of the content of containers while reducing the prices of shipped goods, which consequently would be subject to a lower VAT.
gt; predict is used for a fairly exact statement that is the result of the gathering of information and the use of scientific methods.
The gunman's exact statement was unclear because of the loud music.
My exact statement in Venice was, 'In the context of the Magdalenes, in the context of a theocratic state, the Catholic Church and the Taliban behaved in remarkably similar ways in relation to young women,' '' the filmmaker explains.
The landlord's exact statement at this time was: ``If I wanted to make a stink about it she would do to me as she had done to her tenants in the past that did not cooperate.