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detail

Art a small or accessory section or element in a painting, building, statue, etc., esp when considered in isolation

detail

A small or secondary part of a painting, statue, building, or other work of art, especially when considered or represented in isolation.
See also: Design drawing

Detail

 

(Russian nariad ), a subunit or group of military servicemen in a military unit, on a ship, or in a garrison who are appointed to stand routine garrison, guard, or garrison duty or to perform various administrative jobs. Standard details are assigned for 24 hours, whereas administrative and other jobs are for periods determined by the commander.

detail

[′dē‚tāl]
(graphic arts)
The extent to which image elements that are close together can be individually distinguished.

detail

1. A minor section of an architectural design or concept.
2. A drawing, at a larger scale, of a part of another drawing, indicating in detail the design, location, composition, and correlation of the elements and materials shown.
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''It's used for the party's activities,'' Koizumi said, arguing that the party has written down all items required under the Political Funds Control Law, without going into details.
Brown said he welcomes reforms Japan is adopting to clean up its bad-loan mess, but he stopped short of going into details.
Speaking from his large bungalow in Balsall Common, 60-year-old Mr Allwood said: "I'm not going into details but it's because of this that we have not seen her for a while.
'We need time to recover from minor injuries,' Austria said without going into details. 'After seeing how hard the players played, they deserve a two-week break.'