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specific
spe·cif·ic /spə-'si-fik/ adj
1: relating to a particular thing
2: intended for or restricted to a particular end or object
3: being of a particularly identified kind or nature
spe·cif·i·cal·ly /-i-klē, -kə-lē/ adv
spec·i·fic·i·ty /ˌspe-sə-'fi-sə-tē/ n

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

specific
I adjective appropriate, categorical certain, characteristic, definite, denominational, determinate, determined, different, disertus, distinctive, divisional, endemic, endemical, esoteric, especial, exact, exceptional, exclusive, explicit, express, idiomatic, idiosyncratic, idiosyncratical, indigenous, individual, individualistic, limited, marked, narrow, out of the ordinary, particular, peculiar, peculiaris, precise, precisely formulated, proprius, respective, restricted, sectarian, select, special, uncommon, unique, unusual associated concepts: specific bequest, specific denial, specific devise, specific legacy, specific performance II index actual, certain (particular), concrete, descriptive, detailed, exact, explicit, express, particular (individual), particular, personal (individual), point (item), precise, regional, said, special, technical, technicality

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


specific
adj.
Clearly stated or identified; precisely defined; explicit.
v.
specify
n.
specification

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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