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

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

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of Virginia) offer teachers, researchers, and policy-makers of gifted education this digest synopsizing the literature of a decade of research on the field, intended as a clear reference on the erstwhile disputed concept of what the research says on a variety of topics within gifted education and how it applies to practice.
Moreover, the level of detail provided in synopsizing the lives, end analyzing the works, of each author, is wildly inconsistent; the "Major Works and Themes" section on Eavan Boland quotes liberally from her poetry and amounts to a mini-essay on her work, while other recent poets are discussed with much more economy.
Third, the government can place sole source orders with certain small disadvantaged businesses without synopsizing the requirement.
Tasks such as searching for vendors, developing technical documents, traveling, and synopsizing the requirement are minimized when the GSA Schedules Program is used.
In a story too convoluted and ridiculous to bother synopsizing, former neighbors Nicholas ``Oz'' Oseransky (Matthew Perry) and Jimmy ``The Tulip'' Tudeski (Bruce Willis) are reunited after Oz's wife and Jimmy's ex Cynthia (Natasha Henstridge) is taken hostage by the father of the mobster they took out in the first film.