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a short introductory essay preceding the text of a book

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Indeed, in its review, Foreword Clarion lauds "Morton's willingness to be honest about his failures, his missteps, and the times when he felt fraudulent, expressing a deep sense of self-doubt which so many can relate to.
Dev lauded Bhatia's effort in channelising the revenue from this book for developing cricket around the world in his foreword.
Local author Keith Murray, who helped compile the book, said: "It was really good to have David's foreword.
He rejected Sir John's earlier evidence to the inquiry that he did not believe that he could have changed the foreword, as it was a "political statement" by Mr Blair.
I saw the foreword as quite separate from the text of the dossier itself.
HYWEL FRANCIS MP Chairman, Welsh Affairs Committee Editor's Note: The foreword referred to by Dr Francis was in fact written by Mr Hain for a Wales Office report, not a report of the Welsh Affairs Committee.
In addition a to a facsimile of the 1932 edition, essays from 1987 and 1940 about Luhan are included here along with a new foreword by Arthur J.
AfroAsian Encounters: Culture, History, Politics Edited by Heike Raphael-Hernandez and Shannon Steen, Foreword by Vijay Prashad and Afterword by Gary Okihiro New York University Press, November 2006 $70, ISBN 0-814-77580-2
Supplementing these photos is a foreword by former president Jimmy Carter and essays by noted writers, biologists, and conservationists.
In the Foreword to deSilva, James Charlesworth cites six outstanding features of the book: its use of information from the Dead Sea Scrolls; its employment of social-scientific and other current methodologies; its explanation of theodicy in this literature; its demonstration that these works are commentaries on Scripture; its proof that the New Testament was often responding to contemporary Jewish works; and its argument that the roots of Jesus' teaching lead back into the soil of this Early Jewish theology.
Kristol writes in the foreword, "Early in the magazine's history, I remember mentioning to a friend that I seemed to have made more enemies in one year at The Weekly Standard than I had during my previous ten years in government and politics combined.
Robert Hunter himself has provided a foreword to a book which offers songs even avid fans have probably never heard or heard right.
Reading these two books in sequence, I came across a passage in Charles Glenn's foreword to Between Memory and Vision that threw a sharp and revealing light on the subtle and often mind-numbing distinctions elaborated in Does God Belong in Public Schools?
The former Magpies manager has penned the foreword to a biography about the Real Madrid striker.
CORPORATE TAX AUDIT SURVIVAL A View Of The IRS Through Corporate Insider Eyes By Cliff Jernigan Foreword by Larry Langdon