(a.) Wrought with labor; finished with great care; studied; executed with exactness or painstaking; as, an elaborate discourse; an elaborate performance; elaborate research.
(v. t.) To produce with labor
(v. t.) To perfect with painstaking; to improve or refine with labor and study, or by successive operations; as, to elaborate a painting or a literary work.
(1) She was not aware that it was an assassination attempt by alleged foreign agents.” If at least one of the women thought the killing was part of an elaborate prank, it might explain the “LOL” message emblazoned in large letters one of the killers t-shirts.
(2) He elaborates: "Republicans use powerful economic wedge issues to great impact.
(3) Alternatives for the selection of substantive clinical attributes, the overall structural format into which categories are organized, and construction procedures used in developing a psychopathologic taxonomy are elaborated, as are a number of criteria for evaluating the taxonomy's utility and efficacy.
(4) By its pragmatic conception, modifications obtained by psychoactive agents are used (antidepressants of the group imipramine and IMAO, classical benzodiazepines and alprazolam, provocation controlled in laboratory) in order to strengthen innovating hypotheses and allow to elaborate useful treatment strategies for neuroses.
(5) However the study does not permit to reach any valid conclusions; further elaborate investigations alone could prove the useful role of genetic influence in the propagation of lepromin sensitivity to the subsequent sibs.
(6) Later Downing Street elaborated on its position, pointing out that Brooks was a constituent of Cameron's and, in any case, "the prime minister regularly meets newspaper executives from lots of different companies".
(7) Structural changes in lymph nodes are analysed in the elaboration of basic terms for lymphographic symptomatology.
(8) As retinal stratification continued, more cells were observed to have elaborated membrane systems for GABA uptake with varying degrees of affinity.
(9) This review traces, through her writings and through personal contact, the development and elaboration of this view, and discusses influences on her work of Schilder, Gesell and others.
(10) The authors elaborated differentiated complexes of rehabilitative treatment for patients with spastic hemiparesis, normal or decreased tone, as well as for patients with transient disorders of cerebral circulation in conditions of a cardiological sanatorium.
(11) For the implantation of the Czech single-channel extracochlear neuroprosthesis a special surgical procedure was elaborated.
(12) This study is directed toward the empirical elaboration of four of these issues as they relate to adjustment in the community.
(13) The results were also related to Eysenck's (1956, 1964, 1965) elaborations of Hullian theory as related to motor learning phenomena.
(14) There is evidence that the transition from one nodal type to the next is gradual: as the gap width of type I nodes increases, there is an occurrence of surface elaborations and the density of E-face particles tends to drop towards the range of type II nodes.
(15) Human blood derived mononuclear cell (MC) cultures required concanavalin A (Con A) stimulation to synthesize and secrete into the medium high levels of a protease-resistant proteoglycan (PG) containing predominantly chondroitin sulfate (CS), which was elaborated largely by T-cells in culture.
(16) In this study we investigated whether the sodium transport inhibitor, inhibitin, originally isolated from leukemic promyelocytes, was also elaborated by some other neoplastic cells in culture.
(17) If the experts are correct, he will elaborate this homespun philosophy before a necessarily adoring congress, confirming that it replaces his father’s songun (“military first”) mantera.
(18) These results suggest that the cerebral cortex actively participates in the elaboration of certain types of bilateral myoclonus in human beings.
(19) Primary tumors synthesize type IV basement membrane collagen, whereas the transplantable tumors elaborate very little type IV collagen.
(20) Available processing resources are presumed to determine the amount of deep, elaborative processing people can carry out, with reduced resources resulting in poor integration of details from texts, but preserved selection of main points.
(n.) To grin.
(1) Girns declined over time when infants were united with the male.
(2) Infants girned more when with mothers or the male than when alone.
(3) Girns were given to both mothers and males, but more were given to mothers.
(4) Coos and girns are both affiliative vocalizations but are differentially modulated as infants cease cooing when they receive contact comfort.