If you are going to make a change you have to specifically identify who made wrong decisions and why that happened.
His view is that Israel is more trouble than it is worth, specifically to the America taxpayer.
specifically, which American cities not only smoke the most, but also try to quit the least?
Turns out immigration is pretty hot stuff in the U.K. too—specifically, illegal immigration.
What I clearly said to the reporter, is I wish I had more time to edit the film, specifically the third act.
Each one of these classes is treated both generally and specifically in the Labour Acts.
But while fiction is specifically the most transient of forms, generically it is the most permanent.
If any mortal, from the depth of his knowledge, can specifically tell what this means, he may pass for an oracle.
In Europe alone, there are four native swans, specifically distinct.
Well, I don't really recall anything that he said specifically.
1630s, "having a special quality," from French spécifique, from Late Latin specificus "constituting a species," from Latin species "kind, sort" (see species). Earlier form was specifical (early 15c.). Meaning "definite, precise" first recorded 1740.
specific spe·cif·ic (spĭ-sĭf'ĭk)
Relating to, characterizing, or distinguishing a species.
Intended for, applying to, or acting on a specified thing.
Designating a disease produced by a particular microorganism or condition.
Having a remedial influence or effect on a particular disease.
In immunology, having an affinity limited to a particular antibody or antigen.