significant detail

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It provided a solid foundation of topics in integrative medicine for newcomers and significant detail to challenge and further equip those already in the field.
While not going into significant detail, this chapter outlines many of the collateral consequences faced by those being released from supervision or prison.
Bruce Beiersdorf on May 23 was right about the first settlers of what became the United States of America coming here for freedom to practice their faith but whoever taught him about that neglected a significant detail. They came seeking to practice Protestant Christianity because the Church of Rome in the early post-Reformation years was not inclined to let them freely practice their faith or even read the Bible in their own language.
The Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board was criticised for not providing any significant detail following the inquiry on Tuesday evening.
Moreover, the ATC will dramatically increase transparency for political and issue ads, providing people with significant detail on the origin of each ad.
"The significant detail is that these were the facts that helped persuade allies it could only be Russia that did this."
government rarely goes into significant detail about Special Forces operations.
A small but very significant detail in the caption under the fine picture of NGC 4085/4088 caught my eye.
Adding this small but significant detail with the presence of Zinedine Zidane and Arsene Wenger instructing their charges and chivvying them forwards from the side lines, takes the game to the next level.
Firoozeh Golmohammadi picks out significant detail in imposing, surreal and witty artwork that constantly reminds young viewers of the tale's eastern setting.
(2) The FDA's draft guidance goes into significant detail, and although it includes items with which most pathologists have some familiarity, such as "physical size of the display available for image visualization"(p12) and "touch screen technology,"(p12) most of the items described and discussed are not typically within the pathologist's realm, including "pixel-offset correction,"(p9) "luminance stability,"(p13) and the ominous-sounding "dark current level."(p8) Clearly most of this language is directed at manufacturers, but because WSI is likely to soon be part of the pathologist's armamentarium, pathologists should pay heed to these guidelines and provide appropriate commentary.

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