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explicit

1
Maths (of a function) having an equation of the form y=f(x), in which y is expressed directly in terms of x, as in y = x4 + x + z FORMULA

explicit

2
the end; an indication, used esp by medieval scribes, of the end of a book, part of a manuscript, etc.
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The Tax Court said they should he treated as alimony because a label of "property settlement" is not the clear and explicit direction required by Richardson.
The government proposals follow two recent challenges by video distributors over the British Board of Film Classifications' refusal to classify seven sexually explicit videos in the 18 category.
Perhaps most importantly, there is no explicit mechanism to determine the cut-off point between something that is considered cost-effective and worth paying for and something that is not.
Basketball Installation, 1995 - which also recombined elements of earlier works - was less explicit.
com, a new search engine designed to help kids ages 8-13 search the Internet while steering clear of sexually explicit content.
6 billion explicit core searches were conducted in January, with Google Sites ranking first with 13.
Melbourne, May 6 ( ANI ): Schoolchildren as young as 11 are spending up to 10 hours a day watching explicit adult material as new technology sneaks pornography into their pockets, experts have warned.
The state is well into a major reform involving explicit phonics instruction, most notably in elementary schools implementing the Open Court program, which replaced the previous use of ``whole language.
This paper argues that explicit teaching about the conventions of relevant genres is a necessary aspect of university education.