It also reveals in vivid visual form the precise contour of the transition.
The hand guard is on a rail so each stroke is precise and safe.
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But Farmer, careful to be precise, qualified that last statement.
Its precise location is being kept secret amid fears it could be targeted by regime forces.
He was a silent, precise man with a dour nature and a hard Aberdonian accent.
Their precise age and antiquity have been disputed with some acrimony.
This opinion was natural enough in a schoolmaster, but not in the precise form Wardlaw put it.
The precise occasion of this offence cannot, and need not, be ascertained.
He furnishes us, moreover, with the precise training to which she had been subjected by her aunt, Mrs. Wilson.
mid-15c., from Middle French précis "condensed, cut short" (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin precisus, from Latin praecisus "abrupt, abridged, cut off," past participle of praecidere "to cut off, shorten," from prae "before" (see pre-) + caedere "to cut" (see -cide; for Latin vowel change, see acquisition). Related: Precisely (late 14c.).