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verbose

Wordy; long-winded. The term is often used as the name of a function that reports more information about an operation. For example, a /v parameter in a command might mean "verbose mode."
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The writing can be verbose at times, foreshadowing is often too obvious, and there are some continuity errors, such as a woman described as middle-aged on one page turning into an "old woman" for the rest of the scene.
No-one has ever criticised a speech for being too short" - Former Labour leader Lord (Neil) Kinnock, the so-called Welsh Windbag, who then proceeded to make a typically verbose one.
It spoke about the need for concise books that use graphics instead of verbose texts to explain concepts, the need to split books in to two halves for two terms and to eliminate the need of textbooks in primary classes altogether.
In Aero-Nav charts this is in the text--you know, that verbose description on the second page nobody ever looks at.
The verbose Labourite, a stranger to brevity, must've delivered his shorter speech.
This seemed the ideal profession to satisfy both desires" Former Fleet Street editor Piers Morgan on why he entered journalism "While I am now famously verbose, I was a late talker as a child.
Then there is the case of Malky Mackay, sacked by Cardiff City for alleged racist and sexist comments, and the subject of an ongoing inquiry by the Football Association, who has now been employed by Wigan Athletic, whose verbose Chairman, Dave Whelan, now finds himself the subject of an FA inquiry, for claiming that Mackay has done nothing wrong, and who has come out with some outrageous comments himself.
Then there is the case of Malky Mackay, sacked by Cardiff City for racist, sexist and homophobic comments, and the subject of an ongoing inquiry by the Football Association, who has now been employed by Wigan Athletic, whose verbose chairman, Dave Whelan, now finds himself the subject of an FA inquiry, for claiming that Mackay has done nothing wrong, and who has come out with some outrageous comments himself.
An alarming (or alarmist) scenario and enough star names should help this verbose drama hit its target as talking-point TV, with occasional theatrical berths.
Amid all the verbose excitement of the late 90s and early millennium, PR did not appreciate that its business model is pretty much broken.
It beat Morrissey's verbose Autobiography, which sold 26,248 copies this week, down from almost 35,000 last week, the report said.
How this requirement is met verbose refueling of vehicles and wireless metering fuel moving the vehicle (with appropriate sensor for flow measurement), and the need to measure fuel level, confirming the number of liters of fuel supplied to each vehicle relative to the price of a liter and the total cost of supply.