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Synonyms for abstract

Synonyms for abstract

existing only in concept and not in reality

concerned primarily with theories rather than practical matters

a short summary or version prepared by cutting down a larger work

to remove from association with

Synonyms for abstract

a concept or idea not associated with any specific instance

a sketchy summary of the main points of an argument or theory

consider a concept without thinking of a specific example

make off with belongings of others

consider apart from a particular case or instance

give an abstract (of)

existing only in the mind

not representing or imitating external reality or the objects of nature

dealing with a subject in the abstract without practical purpose or intention

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Methods in Ecology and Evolution and BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology) now require authors to produce a tweetable abstract as well as a traditional one.
Anyone can submit an abstract, but presenters must become APHA members and register for the Annual Meeting if their abstracts are accepted.
Richard Viladesau went further to claim that abstract paintings are "instances of 'aesthetic theology': a reflection on and communication of theological insight in a way irreducible to abstract conceptual thought.
If multiple authors have contributed to a presentation, one author must be identified as the primary author and will be the point of contact for all communications regarding the abstract.
A research abstract is a brief summary of the main components of the research project (Brockopp & Hastings-Tolsma, 2003).
In my experience, peer reviewers are inconsistent in commenting on problems with the abstract.
However, reliance on an abstract without reading the entire article creates risks for the quality and integrity of both the original work, and the work in progress.
Selection to the conference abstract review committee should represent a significant professional achievement and be recognized as such with a plaque, dinner, and specific ceremony at the conference.
Recommendations by the CONSORT (4) declaration, in its adaptation for abstracts, offer a guide for the elaboration of an abstract of a clinical trial in structured and informative manner, using up to 400 words and briefly including the Title, Methods (participants, interventions, objective, outcomes, randomization, blind tests), Results (number of randomizations, recruitment, number of analyses, outcome, important adverse effects), and Conclusions, registry of the clinical trial and conflict of interests.
From the selected research abstracts, four will receive the Research Abstract Award, which recognizes individuals whose abstracts reflect outstanding original work, replication research or research utilization.
Almost all science and medical journals make their articles' abstracts free to the public, so a bookmark can point to the abstract (access to the full text varies from free to very expensive).
And Bernice Steinbaum, director and owner of the Bernice Steinbaum Gallery in Miami, defines abstract art this way: "Abstract art is full of color, light, lyricism, movement and mood and demands our most abstract thinking.
Dating from the fifteenth century, the monastery's defunct church found a predictable contemporary role as a concert hall, but now it makes a different kind of cultural contribution, housing the Espacio Torner dedicated to Spanish abstract artist Gustavo Torner, a native of Cuenca.