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make notes on

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add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments

provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases

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and India - say that a properly annotated edition could curb any future rise in neo-Nazi and far-right propaganda, especially in the current context where a growing influx of refugees in the country has fueled fierce debate.
Jackson implies that Blake's copy of Lavater was seen by Fuseli, though she notes that "under the circumstances, it is remarkable that he ever let it out of his hands" (156); however, there are other hands at work in the volume (unidentified in the major Blake editions), so he clearly did more than just show his copy to others, and they did annotate the already annotated volume.
Each annotated document could be linked to a language code, so that one can extract all material on a particular language.
Students also need to know how to find answers to their questions on their topics, to differentiate between popular/scholarly and primary/secondary sources, to evaluate web pages, and to prepare an annotated bibliography of their sources.
Among the books he has authored are The Pianist's Dictionary, Guide to the Pianist's Repertoire, The Pianist's Bookshelf, An Annotated Guide to Music for Piano and Orchestra, The Pianists' Guide to Transcriptions, Arrangements and Paraphrases, An Annotated Guide to Music for More than One Piano and An Annotated Guide to The Piano in Chamber Ensemble.
Many reading lists are included, and appendices include an annotated list of free, full-text classics online; an annotated list of resources about classics and the canon; fiction and nonfiction classics lists; and a reference list by genre.
This is especially true when bookmarks are not annotated, poorly named, or the links no longer work.
Football As A War Game: The Annotated Journals of General R.
The annotated images can be displayed on rear projection or plasma displays, or any size traditional screens using LCD projectors.
Volume One consists of annotated text discussing all aspects of probate procedure in chronological order.
Gingerich began his pursuit of the extant copies of Copernicus' work in 1970 after discovering a copy annotated by Erasmus Reinhold (1511-53), the leading professor of astronomy at the time, and creator of the first astronomical tables based on Copernicus' geometric models.
By the end of the three-year grant, UniProt should contain annotated entries on more than 2 million proteins, including information on protein sequences, functions, modifications, and other characteristics.
This study argues that giving students annotated readings can influence their perceptions of the social context of a writingfrom-sources task.
These images can then be arranged, annotated and output to any number of sources including faxes, printers, emails and document repositories such as FileNET, Legato and Documentum.
Based on our previous success using this proprietary technology to annotate 89% of the publicly available human genome, we expect that the information from these newly annotated proteins will facilitate Incyte's new therapeutic discovery and development initiative.