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he expressed himself imprecisely
- In some cases, the receptor may fold improperly on the surface of the cell; in others, chemicals may bond imprecisely to it.
- Last week the group released a survey of leading brands showing that the ingredients now imprecisely listed on the backs of labels do not add up to the claims made on their fronts.
- The major and imprecisely defined exception, according to the Anti-Deficiency Act of 1870: "Emergency activities involving the safety of human life or the protection of property.