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The elucidation of this point does not remove the obscurity of the next.And so there was the elucidation: and Janet was just as unconscious of what she had done as the bed-post. I’ve been an avid reader since I was a kid, and I worked in bookstores throughout my late teens and early 20’s to pay for my habit.I play Scrabble, and I collect vocabulary the way some of my colleagues collect bird sightings or rocks. I often joke about the fact that became a scientist in large part because of all the awesome words (sverdrupribozome, hysteresis…).Both were able to explain the matter, and Karl proceeded to offer the elucidation.The most valuable recent contribution to the elucidation of this subject.One of the biggest challenges I found as I transitioned out of graduate school was collaborative writing, (as opposed to the grad school model where I wrote the entire paper and then had my advisor or co-authors return edits), and one thing I still find tricky is integrating multiple writing styles into one cohesive voice. To me, “discover” implies something totally new, and set in stone.

Click here to learn more, courtesy of A gauge of motion picture film, 16 millimeters wide from edge to edge, with perforations along one edge and space for a sound track along the other (silent 16mm film has perforations on both sides).

[1913 Webster] elucidate v 1: make clear and (more) comprehensible; "clarify the mystery surrounding her death" [syn: , , ] [ant: ] 2: make free from confusion or ambiguity; make clear; "Could you clarify these remarks?

See .] To make clear or manifest; to render more intelligible; to illustrate; as, an example will elucidate the subject.

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A gauge of motion picture film, 8 millimeters wide from edge to edge.