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Synonyms for annotate

make notes on

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add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments

provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases

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The annotated PEL tables provide a side-by-side comparison of OSHA PELs for general industry to the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health PELs, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health recommended exposure limits, and American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienist threshold limit values.
For over a hundred years Edwin Abbott's ANNOTATED FLATLAND has attracted readers interested in both math and satires on Victorian society.
Today, one imagines that most annotating is undertaken for "professional" as opposed to personal reasons: for example, I annotated Jackson's Romantic Readers to write this review, students annotate a biology textbook in preparation for an exam, etc.
Such is the case with Henry Louis Gates's annotated edition of Harriet Beecher Stowe's time-worn and time-honored Uncle Tom's Cabin, initially published in 1852 and, if we take President Abraham Lincoln seriously, one of the things that propelled the United States into the Civil War.
The New Oxford Annotated Bible has been updated by the renowned editorial board of Oxford University Press to reflect the needs of today's discerning biblical scholar.
Each annotated document could be linked to a language code, so that one can extract all material on a particular language.
The students, as a group, generate an annotated bibliography of 10-12 references from a variety of sources to provide background information for presentations.
Arranged into the now-standard six categories, most items lightly annotated.
Isabel Schon has provided annotated bibliographies as part of the Scarecrow Press series Books in Spanish for Children and Young Adults, the most recent having been published in 1989 with an updated version scheduled to be released soon.
This bibliography updates the late Huckabay's previous volumes John Milton: An Annotated Bibliography, 1929-1968 and John Milton: An Annotated Bibliography, 1968-1988 by listing editions and translations of Milton's works and annotating books, essays, notes, dissertations, and other scholarship published about Milton and his works from 1989-1999.
Ermatinger's DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE (0313326924) is designed as a basic introduction to the period, combining lively chapters with biographical sketches of key figures and annotated primary source materials.
To follow up on this definition assignment, I require students to write an annotated bibliography that helps them wrestle further with the ways their chosen author and text uses Gothic conventions.
Annotated images may be simultaneously displayed on rear projection, plasma displays or traditional screens using LCD projectors.
The Death of Franz Liszt, introduced, annotated and edited by Alan Walker.
Annotated data can then be saved in HTML files compatible with any Web browser software.