• WordNet 3.6
    • n particularisation an individualized description of a particular instance
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • particularisation See particularization, particularize.
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In literature:

He could not or would not particularise.
"Clayhanger" by Arnold Bennett
A strikingly illustrative instance of this may be here particularised.
"Charles Dickens as a Reader" by Charles Kent
And this variety continues after a fashion which it would be tedious to particularise further.
"The Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory" by George Saintsbury
It would be only tiresome, if it were possible, to particularise all the suggestions and discussions which ensued.
"Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 449" by Various
What there was in him that had found favour in Ella Hylton's fastidious eyes the narrator is not rash enough to attempt to particularise.
"The Talking Horse" by F. Anstey
He has also been accused of gross vices not to be particularised, and of atheism.
"A History of English Literature" by George Saintsbury
I cannot particularise the number of its cylinders or say if it is electrically started.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, September 30, 1914" by Various
I know comparisons are not courteous, and I forbear particularising.
"Ivory Apes and Peacocks" by James Huneker
I need not particularise.
"The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of Jane Austen" by Jane Austen
I was impelled toward the women I shall presently particularise.
"The Kempton-Wace Letters" by Jack London

In science:

Later we will use the following particularisation of Lemma 2.7.
Random Block Operators
We show in table 3 the main trigonometric equations and the area relation (6.12) for these orthogonal triangles particularised in each of the nine 2D CK spaces to the standard values of κi equal to +1, 0 and −1; the first three equations are independent.
Trigonometry of spacetimes: a new self-dual approach to a curvature/signature (in)dependent trigonometry
This very general concern can be particularised to more specific tasks such as segmentation, novelty detection or significance tests.
Homogeneity and change-point detection tests for multivariate data using rank statistics
F(X1 ) − 1/2)∇ log f (X1 ) ′ ]. where Σ is defined in (5) and A = E The following corollary, which is proved in Appendix D, particularises this results to the case where the coordinates of the observations are independent.
Homogeneity and change-point detection tests for multivariate data using rank statistics
The results from on universal central extensions in semi-abelian categories now particularise to the following generalisation of [10, Section 4.2] where the case n = 2 is treated.
Some results on homology of Leibniz and Lie n-algebras