itemise itemise


  1. (v) place on a list of items
  2. (v) specify individually


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  1. City owner Stephen Vaughan said last night: "We have bent over backwards to try and guide Paul away from his problems, but unfortunately we feel badly let down yet again." "I would rather not publicly itemise all the issues we have...
    on Oct 24, 2008 By: Stephen Vaughan Source: Liverpool Daily Post

  2. "It is a really important precedent," Ms Roxon said. "If the Government wants to spend taxpayer money on advertising on particular reforms, they should itemise it in the Budget. It will set a precedent if we are successful that will provide...
    on Aug 29, 2005 By: Nicola Roxon Source:

  3. "I want to provide an additional mortgage deduction for homeowners who don't itemise on their income tax," Mr Obama told a crowd of 5,700 crammed into a basketball arena in Bangor, Maine as 1,000 more stood listening outside in the snow....
    on Feb 10, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source:

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