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Synonyms for excerpt

Synonyms for excerpt

take out of a literary work in order to cite or copy

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Hughes, excerpted from Seven Weeks for the Soul: A Reflective Journey for Lent or Other Times of Renewal; Loyola Press, 2001)
Author Terry McMillan (``Waiting to Exhale'') will have her new book, ``How Stella Got Her Groove Back,'' excerpted in People - the first full-blown excerpt for the mag - before the book's April 29 publishing date.
Excerpted here, Gibson's opening line--"The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel"--depicts technology infusing the "natural" world.
For an independent discussion of the NanoMask excerpted from the book "H5N1Virus: How to Protect Your Family Against the Coming Pandemic," visit http://emergencyfiltration.
The three sections of this volume are excerpted from policy reports from the congressional research service.
In addition, Liberty Deferred is excerpted rather than presented in its totality.