Explicitly [adverb]

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Even the album’s lush ballad “Blue & Grey” maintains this feeling of warm energy, although it’s explicitly about dealing with depression and pandemic-induced loneliness.

At multiple points, the attorneys tried to guilt the media into covering the claims seriously, even while explicitly withholding the evidence they claimed proved their points.

A company found out that their lead rate started boosted by 19% after they designed a site explicitly for mobile visitors coming from a social media site.

The proposals currently at the W3C — Dovekey, TURTLEDOVE, SPARROW and others — can help address those consumers who opt-out, or don’t explicitly opt-in.

The new rules include a “catch-all” provision for cyber-surveillance items even if they’re not explicitly listed.

Smith’s statement does not explicitly name Brockman, but uses the term “Individual A” and incorporates enough work history and biographical detail to identify that person as Brockman.

Rabbi David Zwiebel, executive vice president of Agudath Israel of America, a national Orthodox Jewish organization, accused state officials of “pointing a finger very explicitly and openly” at the Orthodox community.

In fact, I’ve found that the most certain way to get what you want is to ask, directly and explicitly.

Because the CPRA now explicitly calls out “cross-context behavioral advertising,” the service provider is no longer a valid exemption for this purpose for the many ad tech vendors publishers might use.

In addition, no treatments are explicitly approved for relatively early-stage patients, it said.