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Hereafter I hope to elucidate at length these phenomena of expression.

What a puckering of his bright boyish forehead, what a grave determination to elucidate the fable!

It may help to elucidate this matter if we regard it from another point of view.

A few examples will perhaps serve to strengthen as well as to elucidate still further this position.

Far be it from us to presume to point it out, or elucidate or expound it in any degree.

This site has been blocked by order of the government of Russia.You can read more about Russia’s internet censorship law here.But to elucidate this point some further considerations are necessary touching the general nature of knowledge.This letter might elucidate it—might throw light where so much was needed.The coroner did not elucidate a great deal when he commenced his inquiry.But that is not the question; the problem I have to elucidate!