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Synonyms for excerpt

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

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Spanish-language annotations and review excerpts will come from more than 40 popular sources, including: "Vanidades" (U.
Chapter sections include: An Appreciation of the Writer, which introduces the subject of the chapter and provides details about the writer's literary accomplishments; In His/Her Own Words, which gives an excerpt from the writer's autobiography; The Writer's Life, a biographical sketch of the writer focusing on childhood or adolescence; Teaching Advice, which offers helpful background tips for the educator including an assessment of the age appropriateness of the material; Learning Horizons, which offers a variety of educational experiences in the areas of Literature Aloud, Language Arts, and Social Studies; and Resources, an annotated bibliography of book, video, and Internet materials.
2) Lee reads excerpts from his book recounting the FBI probe and his jailing after being accused of spying.
Blair: My Folks Don't Want Me to Talk About Slavery (1984), with twenty-one selections from former North Carolina slaves, and Before Freedom, When I Can Just Remember (1989), a similar selection of twenty-seven excerpts from former South Carolina slaves.
com--jackets, excerpts, discussion questions that she wrote for reading groups, links to Amazon.
Settle in front of the fire - or around the lighted tree - on Christmas Eve and read holiday-themed excerpts from Louisa May Alcott's ``Little Women,'' Dickens and O.
The Experience" and other excerpts from "From Exile into Being" do not appear in Turner's The Wayward and the Seeking, the first collection of writings by Toomer.
The program included several other excerpts from the classical Balinese dance repertoire.
This anthology, mostly of excerpts from prominent recent publications, has been thoughtfully put together to provide needed information about Islam, especially in the wake of the events of September 11th.
Broadcasters will be permitted to record excerpts of the Entertainment, provided that all broadcasters comply with the following:
The Cincinnati Ballet's fortieth-anniversary season opener, "Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo--The Golden Years (Dance, Sets, and Costumes)," features George Balanchine's La Sonnambula and rare excerpts from Leonide Massine's Seventh Symphony (1938) and Sir Frederick Ashton's Devil's Holiday (1939), a "lost" ballet that hasn't been performed since the Ballet Russe's demise.
This little package intersperses Beethoven's own writings and writings of his contemporaries with excerpts from his music.
In a program to be repeated this evening and Friday, the opera's new artistic director sang the tenor roles in two extended excerpts from Wagner: the first act of ``Die Walkure'' and the second of ``Parsifal.
Deluxe Edition" was supervised by Shadow, who contributes liner notes and a songography of the bonus tracks for a booklet that also includes the original liners, new photos, a discography and excerpts from Eliot Wilder's forthcoming book "Endtroducing.