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He might have expatiated on this suggestive theme at much greater length, but that it occurred to him to ask what connection existed between the proposed expedition and Barnaby's being posted at the stable-door as sentry; to which Hugh cautiously replied in these words:
Tupman, thus solemnly adjured, stated the case in a few words; touched slightly on the borrowing of the coat; expatiated largely on its having been done 'after dinner'; wound up with a little penitence on his own account; and left the stranger to clear himself as best he could.
Technology is changing the world,' pointed out Matt Minetola, chief information officer, Travelport, who expatiated how the company is heavily investing in its software development to enable clients to differentiate their brand, image, product and overall offering, with an end-to-end service on their platform.
As will be expatiated upon later, it is quite noticeable that as part of the originality of his poetic oeuvre, Ojaide taps deeply into the cosmology, ontology, and epistemology embedded in the folklore of his people.
The Italian statesman and author of The Prince, Niccolo Machiavelli, expatiated more on that law when he said: "He who desires or attempts to reform the government of a state, and wishes to have it accepted, must at least retain the semblance of the old forms; so that it may seem to the people that there has been no change in the institutions, even though in fact they are entirely different from the old ones.
However, the efforts being made were not expatiated on; though his findings show that modern technologies needed for collaboration were lacking in some libraries studied.
Kassar expatiated on moderation "that represents the essence of humanity.
In my next letter home I expatiated with enthusiasm on the quality of the food, and pronounced it far superior to what we had been used to at Springwood and Manly, where it had been a standard joke that our evening meal consisted of three courses: bread, butter and jam (washed down with tea.
It further shows how his particular way of framing the cosmopolitan problematic can be expanded and expatiated upon to develop a more critical, reflexive, and open-ended conception of cosmopolitan thinking.
expatiated by Eduardo Eguren, Burgan Bank Chief Executive Officer.
According to the mechanisms for shear-induced crystallization of polymer melts expatiated in the literatures (13-15), parallel lamellae is impossible to be formed if there are no row nuclei or shish.
Every possible occasion for critical serf-scrutiny accompanied by sorrowful serf-mortification is exhaustively expatiated upon.