Fellure though takes a far stricter line on the consumption of alcohol, believing it is explicitly forbidden in the Bible.
At least one pundit blamed Hollande himself for staying mum, as it were, and not explicitly defusing Twittergate himself.
Instead, the Princesses are deliberately, explicitly Jewish.
But there is no wage premium that I am aware of for going to an explicitly teaching focused school.
What makes it even more painful is that these couples have explicitly acknowledged that they keep having the same fights.
It starts from a fact and it often explicitly appeals to facts.
And he waited for Rendel to answer the question which had not been explicitly asked.
Why not deal with him explicitly, and assure him of the truth?
Perhaps by that time I may be able to say explicitly yes or no.
So far as this essay is concerned I will endeavor to avoid this difficulty by explicitly defining each special word I use.
c.1600, from French explicite, from Latin explicitus "unobstructed," variant past participle of explicare "unfold, unravel, explain," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + plicare "to fold" (see ply (v.1)).
"Explicitus" was written at the end of medieval books, originally short for explicitus est liber "the book is unrolled." As a euphemism for "pornographic" it dates from 1971.