explanatory remark

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I had raised my hat and was about to make some explanatory remark when her own words turned all my thoughts into a new channel.
Theodora's eloquent description of her religious vocation was powerful but another explanatory remark intrigued me: "I don't have to worry now about practical things like making a career for myself.
I received a critical response from Radha Kumar, director general of the Delhi Policy Group (DPG), to my previous column and will annex her comments in full to my explanatory remarks here.
Below is a description of the subject business owner's analysis, with explanatory remarks.
These four decades and a half later, he offers a new edition, with some explanatory remarks added, some inaccuracies and misprints corrected, some notation updated, and a list of references added.
Sometimes, it seems that they are engaged in a real conversation; at others, that the narrator has inserted explanatory remarks.
Endnotes to each book of the translated text provide identification of sources, cross-references, and explanatory remarks.
Issuer's information/ explanatory remarks concerning this ad hoc announcement: MCC Global NV provides strategic and financial advisory and investment services to clients in a variety of industries, and is also the investment advisor to Equus Total Return, Inc.
Wood presents multiple drafts of Reid's letters, as well as manuscripts that pertain to his correspondence, an exhaustive set of explanatory remarks, a separate textual commentary, a chronology of Reid's life, and an exhaustive index, whose only fault is the lack of a sufficient number of subheadings: for example, the fifty page references that follow "Home, Henry" do not do us much good without further differentiation by subject.
The impact of Wu's generally sound readings is also weakened by his (or his press's) decision to combine both explanatory remarks and interpretation in the body of the text, as opposed to using annotative end- or footnotes.
Aside from giving a brief history of The Americas Review and offering a few explanatory remarks with regard to the structure of the present volume - and a few comments about some of the more prominent writers represented - Flores says nothing about individual authors.
The main part of the book consists of a series of translations of the most central and difficult passages of the Pauline letter in Dutch, interspersed with rather short explanatory remarks.