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(used of texts) shortened by condensing or rewriting

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Why do Sayyidi wa Habibi and Saaq al-Bambu work as abridged editions for Arabic-language learners?
Adam Long's Dickens Abridged is a high speed, high voltage, hilarious whistle stop tour of the great writer's novels.
Long stopped performing in 2003 but keeps his abridgment skills honed--last December saw his Dickens Abridged at London's Arts Theatre, the venue where RSC's Complete Works ran for 11 months back in 1992.
and 90 Minutes For Gandhi: Abridged trace the transformation of the timid lawyer from Porbandar into the prophet of nonviolence who wrested freedom for the country.
They were followed on the stage at the Playhouse by the National Youth Theatre performing the world premiere of a new abridged version of Measure for Measure, written by best-selling author Jamila Gavin.
Kicking off in New Zealand and ending 24 hours later in Hawaii, 60 youth groups from 35 countries will stage specially abridged plays at 7pm, local time.
Changing Faces by Kimberla Lawson Roby, performed by Lynn Chavis Audra Alise Polk and Delores King Williams, HarperAudio, abridged CD, $29.
From March 2006 the company is scheduled to release four titles every second month in abridged CD format, featuring stories from its Modern Romance and Historical Romance series.
95 abridged audio), which imagines what the real people were thinking during Gen.
Simplifying phonic methods by emphasizing writing as much as if not more than reading, so that phonics is separated from spelling, The Write Way to Read includes step-by-step instructions divided into topical sections: The Alphabet, Phonography, Spelling, Abridged Grammar, Affixes, and Unabridged Grammar.
In a Zenit interview, Andrew Yuengert of Pepperdine University in California concedes that the right to emigrate is not absolute, but that it should be abridged lightly, since it is based on a fundamental human good--the initiative of the migrant in promoting his own or his family's well-being.
For example, Member States may allow them to publish only an abridged balance sheet, abridged notes to the accounts and an abridged profit and loss account.
The final report of the comparison has been approved by the CCT, and an abridged version has been published in Metrologia magazine.
OCLC Forest Press has released new WebDewey and Abridged WebDewey services.
Abridged from Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary W.