It bears an acorn design from the coat of arms the Middletons have had specially commissioned in their own honour.
Programs like iPhoto can take advantage of the full resolution but only because they have been specially modified to do so.
One six-day trip to the Middle East cost £81,000 on a specially chartered plane.
For example, Clapper said only specially trained personnel could access the vast database of metadata collected by the government.
You've gotta love this Daily Mail story about the Queen's specially crafted 4lb Easter egg.
Each one is simply a specially contractile continuation of the protoplasm of the cell-body.
What he specially disliked was that his master was a foreigner.
The Germans have a specially large new one here which is doing a lot of damage.
The unhappy woman, to whom I had specially come, was smitten indeed.
He was on this occasion very severely wounded, and also was specially mentioned in despatches.
early 13c., "better than ordinary," from Old French especial, from Latin specialis "individual, particular," from species "appearance, kind, sort" (see species). Meaning "marked off from others by some distinguishing quality" is recorded from c.1300. In Middle English, also as a noun meaning "sweetheart, lover." Meaning "special train" is attested from 1866. Special effects first attested 1951. Special interests in U.S. political sense is from 1910. Special pleading first recorded 1680s.
The spectacular opening procession of a circus: Mrs Webster rode an elephant in the ''spec'' (1926+ Circus)