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1. We think such information should be made explicit and not left vague.
2. The contrast could not have been made more explicit .
3. He gave me explicit directions on how to get there.
4. It's an explicit statement.
5. The document contains an explicit denial that the company ever sold arms.
6. Be explicit when you talk about money with your family.
7. An explicit statement of objectives is vital before the project begins.
8. The film contains explicit scenes of violence.
9. The reasons for the decision should be made explicit.
10. He was explicit about his intention to overhaul the party's internal voting system.
11. They gave explicit reasons for leaving.
12. He made the rules without being explicit about them.
13. The kidnappers have given us explicit instructions not to involve the police.
14. Films containing explicit sex are banned.
15. The government has been quite explicit about its intentions.
16. I gave her very explicit directions how to get here.
17. She made some very explicit references to my personal life.
18. She was quite explicit about why she left.
19. She was quite explicit about why she had left.
20. He gave me very explicit directions on how to get there.
21. It is important to have explicit goals.
21. Sentencedict.com is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find excellent sentences for a large number of words.
22. The film contains some very explicit love scenes.
23. Whitman makes this function of the poem explicit in section 23.
24. Sexually explicit material is fine in front of a student crowd, but elsewhere it can be a bit tricky.
25. An explicit statement saying that applicable standards have been adhered to, or the reasons for departures, must also be included.
26. Such an approach occasionally misrepresents the composer's explicit instructions.
27. She told him he needed to be more creative, without being explicit as to what this meant in practice.
28. His answer depends on a distinction between tacit and explicit consent.
29. There is a change in the sense that argumentative qualifications may be discovered, as implicit qualifications are made explicit.
30. After Kingman there was a growing consensus that some kind of explicit knowledge about language was necessary for both teachers and pupils.
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