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Dear Teachers,

Would you please show me what is another way you can write the following phrase?
"rules with specific application"
The above phrase appears in the following dictionary.
http://specific.bluerider.com/wordsearch/specific
specific [adjective] 1)

I think that the following phrases might be suitable.
"rules about specific application",
"rules as to specific application",
"rules including specific application",
"rules involving specific application",
etc.
However, I can't make up my mind.

Awaiting your replies, I remain. Yours sincerely,
Ginkgo.
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No, none of those work, Ginkgo. Rules with specific application means rules that have a specific application, that are applied to specific cases.

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Dear Mister Micawber,

Thank you very much ([JP] Doumoarigatougozaimasu) for your reply.

It is difficult for me to correctly interpret the meaning of "with" on a case-by-case basis.

"have [has] (+ a(n)) + adjective + noun"
Your helpful reply has taught me a renewed recognition of the significance that the preceding red formula carries. The reply specifies that "with" means "that have"; therefore, my understanding of the word "with" has deepened.

Your continued support will be greatly appreciated.

Yours sincerely,
Ginkgo.