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use "enunciate" in a sentence

The government, including President Emomali Rahmon, continued to enunciate a policy of active secularism.

The thirteen sections of Chapter 3 enunciate how citizenship may be acquired or forfeited, as well as how the Parliament may or may not legislate concerning
returns to him, the Merchant asks him to take out the ointments and enumerate them for him.

They also enumerate laws of the land.

This orientation towards brainstorming encourages users to enumerate and connect concepts without a tendency to begin within a particular conceptual framework.

Here it must suffice to enumerate the chief names.

Each choice is related to just 6 constraints, which are easy to enumerate.

Donnchadh's ancestry cannot be traced further; no patronymic is known for Fergus from contemporary sources, and when Fergus' successors enumerate their ancestors in documents, they never go earlier than him.

This initial duplication process is the reason why, to enumerate the dimensional elements of an n-cube, one must double the first of a pair of numbers in a row of this analog of pascal's triangle before summing to yield the number below.

Charlie continues to enumerate the advantages he can provide Honoria with, and finally Marion angrily confesses that she blames Charlie for her sister Helen's death.

Though not asserting widespread generalizability, Fernald and Keller enumerate several findings.

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