explanatory Reporting The Los Angeles Times Just about everyone living in Southern California has had experience with wildfires.
But with Wasps, the caretakers lock the explanatory sorrows away, then swallow the key.
I went on to argue that the explanatory deficiencies of ID are overwhelming, extending far beyond bad and sinister design.
For centuries scientists included God as a part of their explanatory package.
This means that the camera has to be static and I have to include some explanatory inter-titles.
"I can't talk any more now," she said, reverting to an explanatory tone of voice.
Little need be said explanatory of the force of this general expression.
He brought over a sheaf of graphs, with explanatory tables attached.
In the course of the day I bought a copy of the explanatory pamphlet.
Both parties prepared long statements setting forth their views and feelings, and explanatory of their real or supposed injuries.