And the celebrated doctor expounded his plan of treatment with Soden waters, a remedy obviously prescribed primarily on the ground that they could do no harm.
Alexey Alexandrovitch began expounding his views on the sole question that interested him besides the service—the education of his son.
When they rose from the table and the ladies had gone out, Pestsov did not follow them, but addressing Alexey Alexandrovitch, began to expound the chief ground of inequality.
And without letting Levin finish explaining his idea, Metrov began expounding to him the special point of his own theory.
And Levin began carefully, as it were, feeling his ground, to expound his views.
Alexey Alexandrovitch cleared his throat, and not looking at his opponent, but selecting, as he always did while he was delivering his speeches, the first person sitting opposite him, an inoffensive little old man, who never had an opinion of any sort in the Commission, began to expound his views.
Yet it was only from that point of view that he considered every laborer, though in many points he differed from the economists and had his own theory of the wage-fund, which he expounded to Levin.
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You will be asked to expound on a teacher-selected topic from the book.
The Federal Reserve Chairman will expound on the inflation outlook.