clearly define

See: specify
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ICAI), White Plains, New York, USA has completed its 2005 titanium dioxide expansion initiatives, renaming itself to ICAI to more clearly define its North American presence.
The Board will clearly define the subspecialty of Neurotology so there is no misunderstanding by the public, organized medicine, or its Diplomates as to its content.
Clearly define what case management is within your organization.
The "work schedule" was the FSA's attempt to more clearly define exactly what it meant in the program and to give an idea of the implementation time schedule it had in mind.
FASB also is working with the EITF, AICPA and SEC to more clearly define their roles in selling accounting standards, including streamlining certain activities and modernizing financial reporting and disclosure.
The Aluminum Metalcasting MACT Alliance will continue its negotiations with EPA to clearly define the agency's proposal and evaluate if this would be the best course of action to pu rsue.
Your company policy should clearly define sexual harassment, list several examples and explain procedures for filing complaints and company follow up.
As the new general manager, Leonard will continue to drive B&O's San Francisco office to provide the communications know-how that makes it possible for clients to clearly define and communicate who they are, what they do and why they are different.
Clearly define what is covered, then enforce it: It's hard enough to be legitimately profitable in this business by matching anticipated losses-that is, claims-against the earnings stream from revenues.
The supervisors have asked to expand the position and more clearly define the role.
I use several steps to teach people how to clearly define the benefits of their products and services so they can use them in headlines for maximum effect.