expatiation


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Itself an expatiation, this critical excursus hints at More's approach to this portion of the Essay.
Rather than tiresome expatiation of secondary literature, A.
The West is not concerned over proliferation of nuclear bombs but it concerned over Iran's scientific development and progress which is beyond their expatiations, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Behrouz Kamalvand said.
What stands out clearly through these expatiations is the author's option to engage with the sites of Jesus' life, his message, his hard choices and risky actions, rather than the traditional mystified beliefs of sacrificial suffering and death, which often tend to minimize the role of human agency in God's plan of salvation.
This has prevented Pakistan to actualize their stability and is representative of the failure of rulers to meet the expatiations of their people.