offer an explanation

See: explain
References in classic literature ?
It seemed to offer an explanation of much that troubled him.
While addressing the Senate, he said that no official is above the sanctity of the Senate and Dawn Leaks is an issue concerning the nation which is why Nisar is needed to offer an explanation on behalf of the government.
Perhaps someone in authority could offer an explanation, although it is highly unlikely.
A legal source said: "His best course of action is to get in touch before this warrant is executed to offer an explanation" Earlier this month, Cox spoke to the Daily Record of his mental health issues and history of self-harming.
But having made a few trips to Afghanistan and stayed in the giant Camp Bastion I might offer an explanation.
"He couldn't explain it to me either." Eisteddfod officials could not offer an explanation either but the artist said he had invited friends to the caravan "to create" during the festival.
The Bulgarian citizen, who was returned from Greece in the beginning of August in a state of extreme starvation and exhaustion, has finally been able to offer an explanation.
The researchers do not offer an explanation for the trend but suggest that the influence of media watchdogs and parent groups may have succeeded in pressuring filmmakers to keep it clean for the kids.
So if somebody can offer an explanation about this wastage of electricity, it would be highly appreciated.
CAN any reader offer an explanation for the mysterious objects seen above Manor Way (A470) between 10.15pm and 10.20pm on Friday, November 22?
I wonder if Stagecoach could offer an explanation as to why they have seen fit to financially burden those of us with young children?
I WOULD like to offer an explanation why children do not wear waterproof clothing when it is raining.