It is the seat of the Superior Council which elaborates the study programme.
The behaviour in hot water confirms and elaborates the classification.
elaborates the library's three gifts to the nation—“knowledge, perspective and ideals.”
James elaborates this thesis with his usual resourcefulness and skill.
Thus Peruzzi (167 and 218) elaborates the architecture and the horses, and introduces portraits.
He bases his rules upon those of Professor Bain, elaborates these, and adds some equally good ones.
It is the irresistible power which elaborates everything, and the waters contain more organized beings than the land.
In the third Scholion he elaborates this thought and shows that differentiation takes place in triple wise.
In the first section (56 chapters)14 he elaborates upon the uses and disadvantages of cautery in general.
Ewald elaborates out of his own consciousness an extraordinary romance about Zimri and the queen-mother.
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.