Expressage Expressible

Expressed

Meanings and phrases

expressed

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adj.
  1. communicated in words; uttered; verbalized; verbalised
  2. precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable; leaving nothing to implication; explicit

expressed almond oil

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n.
  1. pale yellow fatty oil expressed from sweet or bitter almonds; almond oil; sweet almond oil

expressed interest

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E.g.
  • They expressed interest in putting out our last LP.
  • Roane State coach, Randy Nesbit, expressed interest.
  • NJT has expressed interest in the line.

expressed concern

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E.g.
  • China and Indonesia have expressed concern about the decision.
  • Some critics have expressed concern about the use of these methods.
  • During 2012 NGOs expressed concern about potential online restrictions.

expressed support

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E.g.
  • However, some Dubliners expressed support for the rebels.
  • Some segments of the LGBT community expressed support for Mehlman.
  • Bardot expressed support for President Charles de Gaulle in the 1960s.

expressed concerns

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E.g.
  • Some have expressed concerns about noise.
  • The British expressed concerns about the security of the American project.
  • He expressed concerns about social issues of the day, including the war in Southeast Asia.

expressed in terms

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E.g.
  • This description is expressed in terms of an abugida.
  • The efficiency of an enzyme can be expressed in terms of "k"/"K".
  • This strict upper limit is expressed in terms of the channel capacity.

expressed an interest

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E.g.
  • Ten member states expressed an interest in the case.
  • No other NBA teams expressed an interest in Francis.
  • Michaels has expressed an interest in writing.

expressed a desire

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E.g.
  • Gavurin and Wheeler expressed a desire to settle down.
  • She has publicly expressed a desire to become an astronaut.
  • He had expressed a desire to win a championship with the Wizards.

expressed through

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E.g.
  • The poetry of tango is expressed through its songs.
  • Animist beliefs can also be expressed through artwork.
  • His fascination with horror is expressed through his music and comic books.

expressed disappointment

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E.g.
  • Some demonstrators expressed disappointment at the low turnout.
  • Drummer Carl Palmer later expressed disappointment over this decision.
  • On his deathbed, Smith expressed disappointment that he had not achieved more.

expressed regret

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E.g.
  • Assad later expressed regret over the incident.
  • Simon Armitage and other poets expressed regret at Padel's resignation.
  • Clinton and Albright would both later expressed regret for their inaction.

expressed his desire

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E.g.
  • In September 2010, Vandam has expressed his desire to play for Ghana.
  • During one such meeting, Phalke expressed his desire to write a play.
  • The poem expressed his desire for radical change without overt sedition.

often expressed

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E.g.
  • Strong views are often expressed about anal sex.
  • A gradient is often expressed as a percentage.
  • This motif is often expressed as Cys-X2-Cys-X4-His-X4-Cys.

expressed the view

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E.g.
  • In 2011 she expressed the view that "climate change money should go to armed services".
  • Instead she expressed the view that the soul was trapped in the body and imprisoned in hell.
  • Bill Farrar with the ACLU of Virginia expressed the view that "severe mental illness should not be a death sentence."

highly expressed

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E.g.
  • XB130 is highly expressed in the thyroid and spleen.
  • The protein has been found most highly expressed in the testes and trachea.
  • AT receptors are highly expressed in the developing fetus but they decline rapidly after birth.

later expressed

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E.g.
  • Assad later expressed regret over the incident.
  • He later expressed: "I got to know her well.
  • Ānanda later expressed his debt to Puṇṇa.

publicly expressed

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E.g.
  • Years later, Fincher publicly expressed his dismay.
  • She has publicly expressed a desire to become an astronaut.
  • On 17 December 1897 Vivekananda publicly expressed his gratitude to Ajit Singh.

expressed hope

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E.g.
  • Hanawalt and Haddish both expressed hope that the show could find a new home.
  • She expressed hope for a breakthrough in the case in the following days and met with several senior officials.
  • He expressed hope that "this excellent book will ... raise awareness of what has been, until now, a silent crisis".

expressed doubts

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E.g.
  • Sisskind, however, expressed doubts that Wal-Mart would build on the property.
  • In June 2016 the SMA expressed doubts about 70% of asylum applicants purportedly 15-17.
  • Furthermore, he expressed doubts about the order's homogeneity, especially Trilliaceae.

expressed surprise

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E.g.
  • According to Campbell, Ethan, then an accountant, expressed surprise when the duo succeeded.
  • Babur himself expressed surprise that the upper fort had fallen within an hour of the final assault.
  • Orwell expressed surprise that they should still want him, because according to the Communist press he was a fascist.

usually expressed

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E.g.
  • Stroke speed is usually expressed as a number of strokes per minute.
  • This question is usually expressed as "Can one hear the shape of a drum?
  • Possession is usually expressed by genitive case marking of the possessor.

expressed using

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E.g.
  • In ITA2, characters are expressed using five bits.
  • They are expressed using the Reynolds transport theorem.
  • This concept is frequently expressed using Big O notation.

expressed the opinion

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  • He also expressed the opinion that "Time is Garner's most consistent theme".
  • Timeform expressed the opinion that Wince was unlikely to stay beyond seven furlongs.
  • Some have expressed the opinion that the language is an important part of Cornish identity, culture and heritage.

expressed opposition

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E.g.
  • He now expressed opposition to General Boulanger.
  • He opined that women are deficient in artistic faculties and sense of justice, and expressed opposition to monogamy.
  • The article also argued against the significance of race and expressed opposition to the Nazi theory of the master race.

expressed his support

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E.g.
  • The President of Poland Andrzej Duda also expressed his support.
  • Following Davion’s arrest Archbishop Desmond Tutu expressed his support for him once again.
  • In 2008, al-Roumi expressed his support for women's active participation in the legislature.

expressed frustration

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E.g.
  • Trump expressed frustration with the decision.
  • Subsequently, Vukčević expressed frustration at his manager playing him out of position.
  • He also expressed frustration with the devaluation of expertise in the field of literary criticism.

not expressed

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E.g.
  • Everything he has to say is embodied, not expressed.
  • Numerals are not expressed by letters except in Apocalypse 7:4; 21:17.
  • In the more serious homozygous forms, the receptor is not expressed at all.

expressed skepticism

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E.g.
  • Clark's family expressed skepticism of the police version of events.
  • They expressed skepticism of congressional Republicans and a desire to change the status quo.
  • Numerous economists expressed skepticism that the benefits would exceed the costs of the deal.

expressed dissatisfaction

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E.g.
  • After the match, De Zeeuw expressed dissatisfaction at receiving a second bookable offense.
  • In a report, the audience of the "Pilipinas Got Talent" at the time expressed dissatisfaction over the results.
  • The meeting expressed dissatisfaction with Watts-Russell and that they would not hold themselves bound to support him.

expressed doubt

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E.g.
  • Some passengers expressed doubt that the bomb was real.
  • The Salvadoran newspaper "El Diario de Hoy" expressed doubt in the nomination.
  • One Canadian pastor expressed doubt to her that she had "ever met the Lord", to her humiliation.

expressed reservations

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E.g.
  • He expressed reservations about the limited offensive strategy.
  • At the Maputo Summit, several countries expressed reservations.
  • Libya expressed reservations about a point relating to conflicts.

expressed confidence

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E.g.
  • Following Sarkozy's arrest, Eric Ciotti expressed confidence the former president would be exonerated.
  • While campaigning, KCR expressed confidence that his party's candidate would win and the election would be a formality.
  • She joked that she was "not asking [him] to wear a skirt" but expressed confidence that the network would listen to him.

expressed admiration

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E.g.
  • Watterson has expressed admiration for animation as an artform.
  • Many celebrated directors have been influenced by Kurosawa and have expressed admiration for his work.
  • Pizzorno has also expressed admiration for Damon Albarn, the frontman of Oasis' rival Britpop band Blur.

expressed similar

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E.g.
  • Jared Diamond had earlier expressed similar concerns.
  • Ulster Unionist Party leader Edward Carson expressed similar views.
  • That's the last thing we need,"" and Ala expressed similar sentiments.

expressed strong

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E.g.
  • The Panamanian government also expressed strong objections to the film's release.
  • In an article published in "Salon", Le Guin expressed strong displeasure at the result.
  • The EU diplomats expressed strong support for Sweden in the dispute but took no concrete action against Belarus.

expressed no

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E.g.
  • He expressed no remorse and stated, "Emmett Till is dead.
  • One of the suspects expressed no regret.
  • The review expressed no other opinion as to the merit of the novel.

expressed sympathy

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E.g.
  • He also expressed sympathy with those who objected to church rates.
  • In that article, Carnegie also expressed sympathy for the ideas of progressive taxation and an estate tax.
  • Darwin expressed sympathy for Fegan's philanthropic work and (to ringing cheers) gave each of the boys sixpence.

not be expressed

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E.g.
  • This notion cannot be expressed as a formula in the language of set theory.
  • In general, integrals in this form cannot be expressed in terms of elementary functions.
  • Even in a homozygous dominant or recessive female the condition may not be expressed fully.

views expressed

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E.g.
  • The production process might also have influenced the views expressed in the plays.
  • The National Union of Teachers said that it "could not support the views expressed by those in favour of hitting children".
  • The conservative views expressed in the plays might therefore reflect the attitudes of the dominant group in an unrepresentative audience.

expressed the hope

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E.g.
  • As a political activist, Geffen also expressed the hope for peace with Israel's neighbors.
  • "The Times" called it "a brilliant piece of adaptation", and expressed the hope that it would be heard again.
  • In early planning for the library the President expressed the hope that Eleanor Roosevelt's papers would eventually find a place here.

expressed a wish

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E.g.
  • Bernini still expressed a wish to add the figure as late as 1665.
  • Laurence Olivier also expressed a wish to appear in the programme.
  • In 2007, the sister of Sean Campbell expressed a wish to meet Watt.

expressed their support

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E.g.
  • expressed their support and solidarity with Pussy Riot, and almost immediately afterwards, the festival organizers stopped Tarakany!
  • Due to a shortfall in the army of some 5500 soldiers, parts of the current ruling coalition have expressed their support for the return of mandatory military service, most notably Krasimir Karakachanov.
  • In May 2007, the 29 European countries expressed their support for the European Space Policy in a resolution of the Space Council, unifying the approach of ESA with those of the European Union and their member states.
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