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a commentator who writes notes to a text

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Scholars have sometimes taken this remark seriously as a criticism of Donatello's David, but the annotator puts us right: "Mistake: he meant the Judith and Holofernes, and that when they are good, such high finish is unnecessary" ("erro: [doveva dire] Iudetta et Oloferne e che quando son buone non ci occorre tanti pulimenti").
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ClearForest's Fraud Detection annotator is designed to provide insight into social networking and organizational networks for profiling and fraud prevention, this extraction module also improves cross-departmental collaboration and organizational responsiveness.
Annotator ID - a plug-in for InDesign that enables customers to create PDFs that contains interactive links to images that reside on the WebNative server.
The ESP product includes StudioSketch, a two-input, multi-function video annotator that offers live sketching over moving or still video, or on a white board background.
This exciting new presentation product is an integrated video sketcher, sports annotator, video switcher, and chroma keyer that makes a perfect multimedia presentation tool.
This exciting new product is an integrated video sketcher, sports annotator, video switcher and chroma keyer that makes a perfect multimedia presentation tool.
HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 1, 1998--FutureSoft(R), a leading developer of connectivity and collaborative groupware solutions, today released Annotator 1.
19, 1997--FutureSoft(R), a leading developer of connectivity and collaborative groupware solutions, today announced the first version of their new Annotator product, a workgroup collaboration tool that combines voice and graphical feedback for online annotation.
Johnson is co-author of The Gorilla Game: Picking Winners in High Technology, was a contributing annotator in 2012 to The Most Important Thing Illuminated, by Howard Marks, and wrote the history of value investing in the forthcoming book celebrating the 100-year history of the Columbia Business School.
While Lewalski thinks that "the most likely candidate is Swetnam himself, rising to Rachel's challenge to answer her charges," the identity of the annotator is unknown (91).
Musical annotator Howard Posner, writing for the Los Angeles Philharmonic and referring to the second movement, said, "The resemblance between this movement and the scene in (Christoph) Gluck's opera 'Orfeo ed Euridice' - in which Orpheus calms the Furies with his song so that they let him enter Hades (and bring his beloved Euridice back to the world), has been much remarked on, notably by (Franz) Liszt.
the Vancouver-based team behind the highly rated mobile PDF viewer and annotator, Xodo, today officially introduced real-time, browser-based PDF collaboration with its newest service, Xodo Connect.
But the translated copy ended up being mostly French translations of portions of the Greek text, and Metilli mentioned on his website that they still don't know much about the annotator as there are no personal references in the notes.