These particular verbal slaps do seem less than the moment requires.
Each comic in the series focuses on a particular toy and covers topics like design, use, and drawbacks.
One White House tape in particular shows how much Teddy haunted Nixon.
That whole episode is so special, and that scene with Guillermo, in particular, is uniquely meaningful.
And because the AMT eliminates personal exemptions, it hurts families with children in particular.
(b) Iris angle with particular reference to the ligamentum pectinatum.
"I don't think there is any particular danger, ladies," interposed my father.
I forget of what particular manufacture it happened to be; it is immaterial.
And with them all he was a favorite—of a particular description.
What to do, with affairs in general, with the Maid in particular?
late 14c., "pertaining to a single thing or person," from Old French particuler (14c., Modern French particulier) and directly from Late Latin particularis "of a part, concerning a small part," from Latin particula "particle" (see particle). Sense of "precise, exacting" first recorded 1814.
"a part or section of a whole," late 14c., from particular (adj.). Particulars "small details of statement" is from c.1600.