First he had attacked the literature of mysticism, and had done it exceeding well; and, next, he had successfully supplied the very literature he had exposited
, thus proving himself to be that rare genius, a critic and a creator in one.
"See," Collins exposited
. "He's got confidence in me.
Also, he exposited
the theory, as ancient as priests and rulers, that priests and rulers must work together in the orderly governance of the people.
"It's only what you'd expect from a rich poet that'd trip up a foot-racer at an Irish picnic," Billy exposited
And all the time Watson exposited
the way Patsy Horan had done it.
''The Plea on Oath'' is a debut exposit
legal crime fiction on miscarriage of justice in our modern world, and the judiciary, executive and the legislative arms of government play in it.
Autor emphasized that the ultimate goal of the paper is not to exposit
the driving forces behind TFP growth, a rather broad, omnibus measure of productivity, but rather to explore how productivity growth affects industry-level and aggregate employment, sectoral reallocation, and the evolution of labor's share of national income.
The standard Solow growth model--which we will exposit
in discrete time--relates output to the input of homogenous capital and homogenous labor:
In this essay, I exposit
what JuD says about these non-Muslims who live among Pakistani Muslims, including Ahmadis, about which the organization is generally silent.
Judges, however, have the duty to declare and exposit
what the fundamental law already is, as announced by Alabama's Constitutional Convention, based on the text and history of the Declaration of Rights.
Blocking time model was used to exposit
the headway of signalling systems as well as the headway between trains which are running in different signalling systems.
(110) This same genius is invoked at the beginning of Idea "in order to write the history of humanity," which could only be a novel, (111) because geniuses "do not 'exposit
' that Idea; they show it without bringing it back to a concept" (Lyotard, Enthusiasm 51-53).