increasing the electricity supply only until it met specific development needs
of, relating to, or connected with species or a species.
(of a duty or a tax) levied at a fixed rate per physical unit of the thing taxed, regardless of its price.
All specific excise taxes are unfair in that no tax contribution is made by non-consumers.
of or denoting a number equal to the ratio of the value of some property of a given substance to the value of the same property of some other substance used as a reference, such as water, or of a vacuum, under equivalent conditions.
a medicine or remedy effective in treating a particular disease or part of the body.
Licorice root is a specific for low adrenal function.
a precise detail.
he worked through the specifics of the contract
Ask the store manager or salesperson for specific instructions.
these viruses are highly specific to a few species
Identify mutual goals and specific practices to reach these goals.
the specific needs of each child
Maybe there wasn't an exact moment, any specific event, that defined it.
It was very specific to that part of the country.
Some gods were specific to particular towns or places.
I'm not going to define specific rules.
The movements are inspired by things very specific to the soloist.
The queries tended to be very specific and well defined.