And Romney as Remainderman is not a function of mere circumstance, but an artifact of explicit calculation.
Rowling is careful, explicit even, to note that this woman was not “the real Dolores Umbridge.”
Second, was the offer in the form of an explicit quid pro quo?
President Obama campaigned and won on explicit promises to raise tax rates on the rich.
The “hundreds of rings just like it”—this is the first explicit acknowledgment that there is something quite strange about Newton.
And somehow the tone had more tenderness in it, though it was so explicit. '
I will be explicit; I will use the indicative mood, present tense.
That she should be thus compelled to be explicit was more than Lady Pelham's temper could endure.
These orders are so explicit that there is no room to question what they mean.
It often exists, implicit or explicit, in that part of the verse which sings because it must and for sheer love of itself.
c.1600, from French explicite, from Latin explicitus "unobstructed," variant past participle of explicare "unfold, unravel, explain," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + plicare "to fold" (see ply (v.1)).
"Explicitus" was written at the end of medieval books, originally short for explicitus est liber "the book is unrolled." As a euphemism for "pornographic" it dates from 1971.