But Mr Mankiw's aim, unlike Mr Samuelson's, is to elucidate rather than advocate.
Various approaches have been used to elucidate the involvement of these areas in spatial memory.
When apprentices displeased him, however, he would elucidate their inferior qualities and then place them inside a cannon.
Elucidate was also funded by Seed X and Apex Ventures, along with smaller strategic investors and St.Louis' SixThirty Ventures.
To elucidate—and this was written after the fact, rather than dictated—paragraph breaks were added after transcription.
After corresponding with Maimonides to elucidate difficult passages in the Guide, in about 1190 Samuel published his translation.
The account that follows is intended to elucidate historically some of the ways in which the word is used in English and in other European languages.
Another problem is the need to elucidate the basis of a dynamic typology of religion in which phenomenology and history are properly brought together.
“Further observations of a larger number of FRBs will be needed in order to obtain a clearer picture about these periodic sources and elucidate their origin.”
When these energetic bullets smash into selected targets, they elucidate how subatomic particles interact and often produce new species of elementary particles.
…elucidate the relative importance of heredity versus environment in the development of certain diseases, in the formation of the personality, and in intelligence.
Engineering and technology are deeply indebted to pure science, while much modern pure mathematics can be traced back to investigations originally undertaken to elucidate a scientific problem.
During his career Richet helped to elucidate problems of hay fever, asthma, and other allergic reactions to foreign substances and explained some cases of toxicity and sudden death not previously understood.
Only occasionally did his lips move; at other times he raised his head and fixed his gaze upon some point of the wall, as though there existed at that point something which he wished to elucidate or interrogate.
There is a hint of circular reasoning here: volumes are assessed for their ability to elucidate the Trump age, yet they are only selected because Lozada believes that they should elucidate the Trump age.
Jacques Monod, in full Jacques Lucien Monod, (born Feb. 9, 1910, Paris, France—died May 31, 1976, Cannes), French biochemist who, with François Jacob, did much to elucidate how genes regulate cell metabolism by directing the biosynthesis of enzymes.
He also did much to elucidate the nature of genetic anomalies, called nonsense mutations, in terms of the nucleotide sequence of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), the “gene substance,” and discovered a reversal, or suppression, of these mutations in certain…
As the investigation into the phenomenon continues, the same authors or other research groups can augment the initial report with Update Articles to further elucidate the phenomenon and add mechanistic detail, physiological relevance or other new insights.
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Philosophers need to elucidate (a) the nature of the difference between taking language literally and taking it metaphorically, the nature, if you will, of the reinterpretation language undergoes when we take it metaphorically, and (b) the nature of the division of expressive labor between a metaphor’s focus and its frame.
- make clear and (more) comprehensible
- make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear
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Philosophers need to elucidate a the nature of the difference between taking language literally and taking it metaphorically the nature if you will of the reinterpretation language undergoes when we take it metaphorically and b the nature of the division of expressive labor between a metaphors focus and its frame