epitome


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a short summary or version prepared by cutting down a larger work

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a standard or typical example

a brief abstract (as of an article or book)

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Esta obra es conocida como Epitome de la Metafisica y consistiendo, segun el mismo nombre indica, en una explicacion compendiada de dicho escrito aristotelico, no debe ser confundida con el Gran Comentario a la Metafisica.
She covers habits of study, printed objects, and history's quintessence in early modern epitome culture; Stow's civil summaries; Spenser and the role of the poet historical; Du Bartas in epitome; and Cowley, Milton and the histories of epic.
Commanding officer Lt Col A J Aitken added: "He was the very epitome of a Highland soldier: fierce in battle, compassionate to all and unswervingly loyal to his friends.
As an international banking consultant, Wales brings 17 years of experience in strategic and tactical planning, business development, process re-engineering, and Relationship Management, Product Launches and Technology Implementations to Epitome.
2 February 2011 - Indian rating agency CRISIL today assigned B-/"stable" and P4 ratings to the bank facilities of Epitome Petrochemical Pvt Ltd.
Best of all, Amidon has translated not only Photius' epitome, but also the earlier texts that Philostorgius used as sources and the later texts that quoted Philostorgius or drew upon his ecclesiastical history as a source.
The Cross': the Cross is the crux of the universe, And the epitome of wisdom;/The fulcrum on which truth rests and turns.
The Parker novels feature a cold-blooded professional thief and killer named Parker who is the epitome of an existentialist nihilist surviving in a bleak and unforgivable world of other killers and cutthroats.
bishops of late have defined it quite simply as marriage between a man and a woman, which Pope Benedict XVI praised in his first encyclical, Deus caritas est, as "the very epitome of love [such that] all other kinds of love immediately seem to fade in comparison.
Let us say that there is a major opinion amongst skateboarders that getting a paycheck from Nike is a detestable offense; essentially it's the epitome of "selling out.
THE family of the 100th British soldier to die in Iraq since the start of the war paid tribute to a proud family man who was "the epitome of a modern, professional soldier".
Returning to the US for the second part, Jamie documents an annual hot dog-eating contest at Coney Island--the epitome of American lowbrow culture.
They aren't sick enough to see their mother as the epitome of evil.
WANT to know the epitome of what my nan might have called a proper charlie?
But the author's view seems almost impossibly idealistic in a business environment preoccupied with compliance and competition, where fanciful and speculative thinking rarely seems like a good use of time, in fact, it seems like the epitome of ivory-towerism.