Friday, 9 March 2012



1. correct in every detail; strictly accurate
2. precise, as opposed to approximate; neither more nor less
3. (prenominal ) specific; particular
4. operating with very great precision
5. allowing no deviation from a standard; rigorous; strict
6. based mainly on measurement and the formulation of laws, as opposed to description and classification
7. to force or compel (payment or performance); extort
8. to demand as a right; insist upon
9. to call for or require

Spring exacts blooms from the trees
Forcing them out in the frigid air
To fight for the lives of their cells
And to tempt drowsy insects with a sip

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