- You deserve to know what you've paid for in clear, concise terms.
- Looking at the talk, he expressed his view in clear and concise terms.
- This concise term has other shortcomings besides the theological objection.
- Efforts to define As Good As It Gets in neat, concise terms appears to elude both the cast and the director.
- Sometimes I get asked about my MIDI hobby, and I'd like to give a concise term for that part of it.
- It's difficult to find concise terms in a sentence. 用concise terms造句挺難的
- "For the first time in concise terms he laid out a clear alternative path, " Sen . Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif ., said.
- In Jonathan Harr's best-selling book, " A Civil Action, " personal injury attorney Jan Schlichtmann outlines his personal mission in clear, concise terms.
- In clear, concise terms, he explained to them that if they acquitted Simpson of first-degree murder, they still could convict him of second-degree murder.
- America had won the Cold War, and " market democracy " ( to use President Clinton's concise term ) would spread from Belgrade to Bishkek.
- "' Weak Delete "': A more mathematically concise term would be " The set of prime numbers " though I'm not sure that merits a redirect either.
- The question raises a terminological one : if my hypothetical wife bears a son fathered by another, is there a concise term for that child's relation to me?
- Kerry's indictment of Bush's economic programs made a case in a new way for Kerry-- in stark, concise terms and without some of the blurry distinctions that have clouded his arguments in the past.
- Asked for a summary of the Jewish religion in the most concise terms, Hillel replied ( reputedly while standing on one leg ) : " That which is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow.
- The fact that gold ? crowns are now produced means that there are two different strains of five pound gold coins, namely crowns and what are now termed " quintuple sovereigns " for want of a more concise term.
- Asked for a summary of the Jewish religion in the " while standing on one leg " meaning in the most concise terms, Hillel stated : " That which is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow.