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Word: exact

Definition: demand and obtain by force; Ex. exact a promise from him; N. exaction


Sentences Containing 'exact'

(See order of precedence in England and Wales for the exact positions.)
, the exact population of Kasangati is not known.
After this point the exact course of Makurian Christianity is much disputed.
An exact number can only be produced by a sequence of exact operations involving other exact numbers—inexactness is thus contagious.
As a result, the time, place and exact cause of death is unknown.
Debate on the exact nature of the term is inconclusive.
Example 1: exact arithmetic in an implementation that supports exact rational complex numbers.
Geology never had such a chance, nor such exact data to argue from!
He finds the exact spot and begins probing around with a flashlight.
He is the sole survivor of the crew, and endeavors to exact his revenge on the monsters.
His own person was the exact embodiment of his utilitarian character.
However, the exact kinship between the two dynasties remains unclear.
In this ledger was made out an exact balance sheet of his affair's.
It is a hobby of mine to have an exact knowledge of London.
It is difficult to trace the exact date on which this institution came into existence.
It is unclear on the exact species of duck the name refers to.
It was at this exact moment that Maturaffi jumped into the water to save her.
Its modern form is based on the exact "Wetterich equation".
Oh, he is the exact personification of what I have been led to expect!
Orgies is better, because it means the thing you're after more exact.
Pricing, exact product naming, and options have not yet been announced.
Seems like the first writer do not know the exact details.
She was the exact duplicate of the other Pharaon, and loaded, as that had been, with cochineal and indigo.
The account of what was imported under register, he assures us, is exact.
The exact construction history of the house has not been researched in detail.
The exact date and the method of the execution does not seem to have been documented.
The exact date of the symphony is not known, other than the year.
The exact extent of its distribution is unknown but it has been found in forests at altitudes of between .
The exact format of the series is unknown, as is the archival status of the program.
The exact line was to be determined by surveyors later.
The exact location of his execution is unknown.
The exact location would be disclosed at a later date.
The exact opposite is the truth; it is his madness makes him virtuous.
The exact origin of the mille-feuille is unknown.
The exact period when the city was built is not known.
The exact population of people who could become VRS consumers is unknown.
The exact present size of Abkhazia's population is unclear.
The exact requirements for a person to be considered for participation in a playtest vary.
The exact route west of the Provincial Highway No.
The exact taxonomic relationships between these species remains unclear.
The proportions of the beats do not follow any exact rational proportions.
There is an exact replica of the mir-92 precursor on the X chromosome.
There was some books, too, piled up perfectly exact, on each corner of the table.
There were nineteen different equal divisions of a pound into exact pence.
This equivalence is exact in the limit of the large number of colors.
This exact character of him is being termed as 'bhumaism'.
This was the first exact proof of alkaloids in forensic medicine.
``And you think him capable of being exact?''
``Have you an exact idea of the amount of your fortune?''
``Yes; you see I am as exact as you are.

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