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marked by or consisting of few words that are carefully chosen

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expressing much in few words

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Additionally, Concise Review of Critical Care, Trauma and Emergency Medicine can be ordered by retailers or wholesalers for the maximum trade discount price set by the author in quantities of ten or more from the Outskirts Press Direct bookstore at www.
The chief justice observed that there was no need for granting leave to appeal, as the petitions were filed under Article 184(3) and a larger bench of the court had also issued notices on April 28 directing the filing of the concise statement.
74 index (including polarised, Transitions, SunSensors and InstaShades), Kodak Concise Nano Lens is hard coated as standard but available with Kodak CleAR Lens Coating and Kodak Clean 'N' CleAR Lens Coating.
EARTH Concise has become very popular as an educational tool, the reason that Millennium House decided to launch it at the 19th Abu Dhabi International Book to enable schools and families own copies of this award winning publication.
Despite these few issues, the book is a concise introduction to research and a very good addition to the literature.
At the request of many pianists, Cindy Berry, prolific composer/arranger, provides 15 concise arrangements in her volume, Two-Minute Offertories.
Merriam-Webster's Concise Dictionary of English Usage
Wealth Management: A Concise Guide to Financial Planning and Investment Management for Wealthy Clients, by S.
Other language sources for bird names are also revealed in concise entries that include the etymologies and meanings of scientific and common names.
As well as accessing concise product information, those using the site can also browse through a bank of UK project case studies across a variety of market sectors from architecture and transport to sport, leisure and car parks, all accompanied with stunning photography.
From their titles, it would seem that either A Concise Glossary of Feminist Theory, edited by Sonya Andermahr, Terry Lovell, and Carol Wolkowitz (London, Arnold, 1997), or the Encyclopedia of Feminist Theories, edited by Lorraine Code (London: Routledge, 2000), are the books with which to compare A Concise Companion to Feminist Theory, and there's some evidence to support that.
I read this brief and concise document and quickly signed on.
The challenge we all face is to create documentation that is simple yet clear, complete, and concise.
In this short review I cannot point out in any detail the superior quality of Duprat's French translation, but from the very first chapter of the work, in which Heinsius explains the utility of his theorizing, one can tell from Duprat's more accurate rendering o f Heinsius' elegant but concise Latin that Sellin's and McMannon's translation not infrequently missed or modified the text's original meaning.
The Dictionary of Historical Theology serves as a concise reference to several theological movements and historical topics.