Recent Examples of expressly from the Web
But the bill expressly prohibited passing on expenses to elderly patients.
But the statement did not expressly say Trump supported the bill.
At least one candidate felt the Gans camp leaked the photo expressly because not all six had been willing to agree on it.
Americans tend to flock to Sichuan-style restaurants expressly for gastronomic fireworks such as these, but not all these restaurants are created equal.
Vermont does not have a provision, but local experts and activists argue the exchanges will be permitted there, too, since they're not expressly banned.
The Texas Local Government Code expressly allows municipalities to require property owners to connect to a sewer system, according to the city’s former attorney when Sheffield was charged the last time.
Lawyers representing the state, however, insist the amendment doesn’t expressly authorize smoking.
Some were founded expressly for direct lending, notably Hayfin Capital Management in 2009, which in 2017 raised more than €3.5bn.
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