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Synonyms for digest

Synonyms for digest

to take in and incorporate, especially mentally

Synonyms for digest

a periodical that summarizes the news

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something that is compiled (as into a single book or file)

Synonyms

convert food into absorbable substances

arrange and integrate in the mind

become assimilated into the body

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systematize, as by classifying and summarizing

soften or disintegrate, as by undergoing exposure to heat or moisture

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soften or disintegrate by means of chemical action, heat, or moisture

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The Hulbert Financial Digest occupies a distinct niche in the world of business information, providing comprehensive analysis of investment newsletters, whose writers can move markets and are often described as the cowboys of investment analysis.
Reader's Digest Young Families was established in March 1994 to create and market children's books and home entertainment products.
We identified a need to present more packaging content via our eBook Library for today's packaging engineers and buyers, and E-Book Systems' Digital Flip technology provides this convenience to our readers," says Grant Gerke, web editor of Packaging Digest.
Acquiring the balance of Quality Service Programs gives Reader's Digest leadership of a growing business," said William H.
Golf Digest will select the best from its library of more than one million golf images and enable users to download them to their phone.
Buying Western's four book clubs and direct marketing assets, and obtaining rights to popular children's characters, will greatly enhance our growing Reader's Digest Young Families business and provide an opportunity to expand our already successful children's book offerings," said Kenneth A.
This digest provides fresh insights into the fast emerging and yet, complex outsourcing space, through a regular analysis of news and events and continuous primary research and contact with the industry.
Rand McNally expects to produce an average of 10 million books annually during the seven-year contract, which includes Reader's Digest English-language Condensed Books distributed in the United States and Canada.
Timer Digest, an independent publication monitoring over 100 of the leading market timing models in the country, highlighted Lutts in the August 29, 2004 issue.
In the United States, Reader's Digest has the largest paid circulation among all monthly consumer magazines.
The Biometric Digest newsletter reports on emerging identification technology covering fingerprint ID, voice, hand geometry, facial recognition, iris scan and other methods.
Smith, Reader's Digest Association vice president of corporate planning and development, praised InterMedia's work as highly innovative.
Reader's Digest will sell the CD-ROM globally through direct mail.
The awards were a gold award for Digest number 4, 2003; a silver award for Digest number 3, 2003; a bronze award for Digest number 1, 2004, and a pewter award for Digest number 2, 2004.
He joined Reader's Digest in May 1993 as director of finance and operations for the company's Magazine Publishing Group.