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Synonyms for commentary

a narrative of experiences undergone by the writer

critical explanation or analysis

Synonyms for commentary

a written explanation or criticism or illustration that is added to a book or other textual material

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One important point clarified in the introduction concerns the similar passages in the Middle Commentary and the Long Commentary.
Another welcome feature of the new commentary is the attention given throughout to the canonical legislation of the Eastern Catholic churches.
McGuire still takes her passion for books to the airwaves, weaving commentary on books into the banter with her cohost, Doug Banks, and occasionally having authors as guests on the show.
The principal interest of this book is in Eusebius's approach to the "Godly Polity" of the newly freed church, as exhibited not only in the Isaiah commentary, but in the other better known works of Eusebius.
Positions on article 1 (Persons covered) and its commentary
Griffith Foulk writes that the "tension between the implicit demand for interpretation that the root case presents and the explicit rejection of interpretation by the commentary .
Commentary Magazine, 1945-59: "A Journal of Significant Thought and Opinion.
99) includes commentary by Auerbach and deleted scenes.
14) See Clarification on the Application of the Permanent Establishment Definition in E-Commerce: Changes to the OECD Commentary on the Model Tax Convention on Article 5 (12/22/00).
Paul Lettinck, Aristotle's Meteorology and its Reception in the Arab World with an Edition and Translation of Ibn Suwar's Treatise on Meteorological Phenomena and Ibn Bajja's Commentary on the Meteorology (Leiden/Boston/Koln: Brill, 1999), ix+505 pp, HB, ISBN 90 04 10933 1
After a quick read through, organize essays in a way that will facilitate student-friendly commentary, mixing high- and low-level essays.
Written by senior Presbyterian pastor James Montgomery Boice, who has also written commentaries upon The Gospel of Matthew, The Gospel of John, and many more, Nehemiah: An Expositional Commentary is a scholarly and well-reasoned close reading and interpretation that inspects the Old Testament book.
98) includes commentary from the Farrellys, a blooper reel and behind-the-scenes featurettes that explain the special effects involved in creating the conjoined twins.
In the brief introduction to this volume the editor (from London -- thus introduction and commentary are in English) focuses only on those matters crucial to understanding the editorial principles underlying this critical edition.
The Apostolic Tradition goes beyond the scope implied in the series subtitle: "A Critical Commentary on the Bible.