He also elaborated on the report that MySpace plans to launch its own reality show to bring new talent to the site.
He elaborated on the wellsprings of the tradition in an interview with me in 1989 for a Times-Picayune article.
And all of them announced and elaborated their major themes long before the convention.
One of the study's authors, Guohua Li, elaborated on the point in a February story in the Denver Post.
Later, in the question and answer session with reporters, he elaborated on the failures of the federal exchanges.
Probably the business was elaborated for some medieval farce long before Molière was born, or Shakspere either.
The form only is left, and that is elaborated into the exuberance of decay.
I admire especially the finesse and cleverness with which she has elaborated and carried out her beneficent scheme.
A pretty compliment it was, elaborated upon in the sitting-room.
The concrete forms of organization, representation, etc., will be elaborated by the Congress.
1590s, "produced by labor," from Latin elaboratus, past participle of elaborare "to exert oneself" (see elaboration). Meaning "very detailed" is from 1620s.
c.1600, "to build up from simple elements," from Latin elaboratus, past participle of elaborare (see elaboration). Meaning "to work out in detail" is attested from 1610s. Related: Elaborated; elaborating.