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Synonyms for outline

Synonyms for outline

a line marking and shaping the outer form of an object

a preliminary plan or version, as of a written work

to draw up a preliminary plan or version of

Synonyms for outline

the line that appears to bound an object

a sketchy summary of the main points of an argument or theory

a schematic or preliminary plan

describe roughly or briefly or give the main points or summary of

draw up an outline or sketch for something

trace the shape of

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Its first app, Outline, is made for idea lovers and life improvers.
In an analysis of the exam outlines for 24 specialties certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties and 19 sub specialties certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), Ms.
Simply stated, OPML provides a mechanism for sharing outlines, which can consist of RSS feeds, links, audio and video files, and text.
There seems to be a contradiction in the perceived value of chapter outlines in introductory psychology textbooks and the understanding of student perceptions of usefulness and value of chapter outlines.
A 1976 report, Human Health and the Environment, comprised the input of over 80 scientists and resulted in a comprehensive outline of research needs including focus on specific pollutants of air, food, and water.
The ruling Liberal Democratic Party's panel tasked with drafting a new constitution unveiled Monday a set of outlines compiled by its subcommittees, which call for stipulating Japan's right to collective self-defense in the supreme law, LDP lawmakers said.
Example 7 outlines CRA's position that a non-resident does not have a permanent establishment in Canada in a situation where the non-resident leases a server in Canada and also operates and maintains it.
PPR assesses the situation by applying a proprietary risk model that outlines expected defaults across loan structure, markets, and property types.
The second section outlines the rise of the Dexter Street Baptist church as the symbolic center of the struggle for equality, and in Raymond Arsenault's essay on the Montgomery Bus Boycott he reminds us that the situation that catapulted the movement generally "caught almost everyone by surprise.
It outlines the types of responsibility the company will have when managing the network.
This case-study outlines a teaching partnership between library and academic staff at the University of Waikato.
VISITORS arriving at the maes yesterday found painted human outlines on the grass to mark Hiroshima Day.
Even students unfamiliar with earlier versions were able to figure out how to use it right away to help them organize their ideas and create outlines for term papers.
Director of the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, outlines the use of Performance Based Costing and Budgeting to better document the successes of security cooperation.
Well, a couple of years ago the British publisher Absolute Press came out with a sophisticated version of this with its Outlines series: $10 paperbacks, each less than 150 pages long, which present the lives of famous gay artists as seen through the prism of their homosexuality.