She began her campaign for city council by detailing her past, including her criminal record, to the Oregonian.
Prior to the shooting, on Friday, he posted eight videos on YouTube detailing his anger, frustrations, and plans for retribution.
In 1973, Mitford accepted a position at San Jose State University, detailing the experience in an essay in the Atlantic Monthly.
On many levels, fewer things than science—in detailing where we came from, what we are, how we function—are more human.
The designer said she wanted to create “new proportions and detailing to turn gymnastic shapes into style essentials.”
The man seemed to be giving explanations or detailing arrangements, and Medland from time to time nodded assent.
He knew them all and described them exactly, detailing their beauties like a slave-dealer.
On his return he read a paper, detailing his observations, before the Geological Society of London.
There is not any occasion for detailing the whys and wherefores.
Q were groaning on the ground, and the Captain was detailing men to carry them back to where the Surgeon had established himself.
the meticulous cleaning of the interior and exterior of a car
The detailing costs $100 per car.
c.1600, from French détail, from Old French detail "small piece or quantity," literally "a cutting in pieces," from detaillier "cut in pieces," from de- "entirely" (see de-) + taillier "to cut in pieces" (see tailor).
Modern sense is from French en détail "piece by piece, item by item" (as opposed to en gros), a commercial term used where we would today use retail. Military sense is 1708, from notion of "distribution in detail of the daily orders first given in general," including assignment of specific duties.
1630s, from French détailler "cut up in pieces; narrate in particulars," from Old French detaillier, from detail (see detail (n.)). Related: Detailed; detailing.