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a shortened version of a written work

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1) History teaches that even in the United States, serious abridgments of civil rights and civil liberties are possible, at least when national security is threatened.
The Bill of Rightsstands as a safeguard against abridgments of freedom of speech, freedomof religion, and unreasonable searches and seizures.
The abridgments of fundamental liberties by the NSA are only the tip of the massive surveillance iceberg.
But now that the Citizens United decision has thrown out campaign spending limits as abridgments of free speech, Americans want to know what they can do about it.
Leah Price's The Anthology' and the Rise of the Novel, for instance, argues that reviews are related to abridgments, compilations, expurgations, and extracts, genres whose function is "to represent another text in miniature" (145).
He makes the case that these abridgments are not only unjust, but make us less secure and damage our ability to reproduce a democratic society.
The transcript of the address with slight abridgments follows below.Dear meeting attendees!After the presidential elections I repeatedly stressed that during my second presidential term I firmly intend to meet the targets outlined in the Course towards the Country's Renewal.
The material is suitable for graduate or senior undergraduate course, and with abridgments for a short course of two or three days.
The Jefferson Muzzles are awarded as a means to draw attention to abridgments of free speech and press and, at the same time, foster an appreciation for those tenets of the First Amendment.
Various polls show that up to 8o percent of Americans expect and accept some abridgments of individual freedom to combat the threat of terrorism.
Possokhov uses excerpts from fellow Ukrainian Yuri Krasavin's film scores and abridgments of familiar Beethoven works.
The Court has declared some abridgments of this sort to be unconstitutional, correctly recognizing in passing that "the particular consumer's interest in the free flow of commercial information ...
He advocates a near-libertarian commitment to the free market and fiercely opposes government abridgments of personal and economic freedom.
Such compendia of extracts have many potential disadvantages: statements taken out of immediate or historical context can be misinterpreted, abridgments of quootations can leave the reader wondering what has been left out.
of Kansas) translated the famous Latin epic in 2005, and here offers an abridgments of that translation (which was also published by Hacket Publishing Co.) with summaries of the sections omitted.