Mr McGuinness, for protocol reasons, said he would not disclose her specific response.
I remember a specific time in my early-to-mid teens in a cinema where I believed being an actor was a very noble thing.
The return of John Lurie is significant on several levels, quite apart from the specific strengths of his music and his art.
Nothing so specific, although I had an understanding of what those possibilities might have been.
Was there a specific moment when you felt you had “made it” as an author?
The message to Congress, of October 27, contained no specific recommendation.
Food of specific sorts is rarely, if at all, mentioned in the poem.
But that specific meaning is probably never altogether lost.
Man-stealing was a specific offence, with its specific penalty.
Has it a specific sense; or is it a general equivalent to clann or treubh?
1630s, "having a special quality," from French spécifique, from Late Latin specificus "constituting a species," from Latin species "kind, sort" (see species). Earlier form was specifical (early 15c.). Meaning "definite, precise" first recorded 1740.
specific spe·cif·ic (spĭ-sĭf'ĭk)
Relating to, characterizing, or distinguishing a species.
Intended for, applying to, or acting on a specified thing.
Designating a disease produced by a particular microorganism or condition.
Having a remedial influence or effect on a particular disease.
In immunology, having an affinity limited to a particular antibody or antigen.