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Definition of Expressly

Expressly
Expressly Ex*press"ly, adv. In an express manner; in direct terms; with distinct purpose; particularly; as, a book written expressly for the young. The word of the Lord came expressly unto Ezekiel. --Ezek. i. 3. I am sent expressly to your lordship. --Shak.

Meaning of Expressly from wikipedia

- receive grievous torment." Although el-Tayeb has been criticised for not expressly stating that the Islamic State is heretical, the Ash'ari school of Islamic...
- relations for generations. Alan T. Nolan notes that the Lost Cause was expressly "a rationalization, a cover-up to vindicate the name and fame" of those...
- second, those necessarily implied or necessarily incident to the powers expressly granted; third, those absolutely essential to the declared objects and...
- music still found adherents. Notable among African-American entertainers expressly rejecting this view was Jackie Wilson, who argued, "A lot of people have...
- upheld the constant teaching of the church against contraception. It expressly included hormonal methods as prohibited. This do****ent generated a largely...
- such extent as they retained their sovereignty except for the powers expressly delegated to the national government. The Senate was thus not designed...
- view of a European Commission lawyer). The 2015 Referendum Act did not expressly require Article 50 to be invoked, but the UK government stated that it...
- sympathetic to him, and others—like Richard Pipes and Robert Gellately—expressly hostile. Some later biographers, such as Read and Lars Lih, sought to...
- Best India Pale Ale, bottled expressly for export by A. W. Palmer & Co....
- property rights apply. Those rights may have expired, been forfeited, expressly waived, or may be inapplicable. As examples, the works of William Shakespeare...
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