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explicit

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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

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the end; an indication, used esp by medieval scribes, of the end of a book, part of a manuscript, etc.
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In order to measure the explicitness of students' reasoning, a discourse analysis was performed by the authors.
The concepts of explicitness and implicitness used in explicitation research may be categorized into three types: encoded/inferred, textual, and a combination of the two.
Released late last year to glowing reviews, it made headlines due to the explicitness of its sadomasochistic subject matter, with one critic dubbing it "a Romeo and Juliet for Broken Britain".
The Oklahoman published an October article tided "Bible Play Spurs Anger" which quoted Republican House Representative Dan Fisher's assertion that the play should be shut down due to its themes, its explicitness and the fact it was being performed during the holidays.
These are the gorgeous, seductive heroes that join Aphrodite in encounters that are erotic and poignant in equal measure; delivering an artistic blend of emotion and explicitness, sensation and sexuality, laced with defined metaphysical symbols and an expression of healing energies that morph the stories—and their characters—to a whole other level.
Apparently, this was the first time that Mister Hyde 1/Darkroom, 2004, could be exhibited without having to be withdrawn from public view; in three previous exhibitions, the video was removed after complaints about its explicitness.
A1-Suwaidi balances the graphic explicitness with impassivity and honesty, and the narrative reads like a fable full of meaning and nuance.
There's no gore or sexual explicitness or swearing so if your child enjoys being a bit scared, then fine, but I would say it's a show for grown ups to rekindle that childhood excitement of Christmas - as I've said without drinking themselves into a stupor or spending PS500.
Having opened his review by observing that due to Dali's 'dazzling explicitness of technique his brand of Surrealism is the most accessible form of modern art,' Preston remarked towards the close: 'Too much attention and extravagant praise are given to Dali's impressive technical equipment.
After all, its explicitness and use of expletives isn't anything today's teen hasn't already experienced or not know about in the broader culture.
It takes more explicitness to grab our attention and arouse us than before.
As a teacher, I appreciated the explicitness and the multitude of these modeled examples.