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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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Again following his established practice, Hamlin then turns to English annotators of the Essayes, discovering that--perhaps as a result of Florio's "reduc[tion]"--they concentrate overwhelmingly on custom as the strange conventional social practice of foreign cultures, only rarely registering the concept's other important significances and the openness to cultural self-examination that might result.
The inter-annotated was measured on a subset of about 10,000 tokens that was annotated by all six annotators.
Romantic Readers: The Evidence of Marginalia covers much the same speculative territory as Jackson introduced in her earlier Marginalia, though in her first marginalia book Jackson's examples ranged across the last three centuries of readers and annotators, whereas her recent effort concentrates, more usefully I think, on the British reading culture of 1790 to 1830.
A linguistic ontology-based annotator that annotates a document from the most general level to the morpheme's level
Lesk (biochemistry, molecular biology, The Pennsylvania State University) compiles information about the status of database annotation for molecular biology, what skills must be brought to bear on database curation, and proper training for annotators.
The annotators are among the heavy hitters in contemporary Jewish scholarship.
45) is one of the rare occasions when Jackson does acknowledge the precursors: "[g]losses, rubrics, and scholia are the basic particles of the matter generated by annotators.
An interesting sidelight is that the earliest annotators of Milton's poetry, Patrick Hume and Thomas Warton, were attuned to the stance that King adopts in his book.
The first is file-by-file processing in which files of a particular family of proteins are processed individually using many of the software tools that the annotators us e in processing new entries.
Collini's public celebration of the under-appreciated scholarship of editors and annotators is a service to the humanities.
In addition, the annotators assume a univeral knowledge of French: there are at least a dozen letters wholly or partially in French that the editors leave untranslated.
Annotators are conscious from experience how frequently the words of the text themselves point towards the contextualizing information necessary to interpretation.
Hall of Fame selections are made annually by a committee of musicologists, historians and annotators.
Cantalamessa and his scholarly Jesuit annotators and translators have produced an important and interesting book.