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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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Early editions omitted the subject, but later editions included it and gradually adapted annotative rhetoric to suit evolving values.
In 2003, the 'Urban Tapestry' project in the United Kingdom was one of the first applications of social annotative locative media.
In the worst cases, research papers have become cut-and-paste assemblages of the abstract and annotative: Turducken-ized overstuffings of de-boned ideas.
Both Karpeles and Peacock provide specific evidence for this in their annotative notes.
Annotative interaction strikes a balance between observational and constructionist interactions; that is, although unable to create the VMR from scratch, learners have the ability to modify the VMR by augmenting it and adding their own personal metadata to it.
There is a similar annotative tendency to be found in analyses of Touch of Evil, albeit from a less verbal and more visual/aural perspective.
This annotative error should be forgiven, however, by anyone seriously interested in becoming better informed about the historical circumstances behind the Air Force's current space responsibilities.
Lasica, a blogger and senior editor of the Online Journalism Review, observes that blogging communities exist on "grassroots reporting, annotative reporting, commentary and fact-checking, which the mainstream media feed upon, developing them as a pool of tips, sources and story ideas.
The final learning component handout explains the elements of a descriptive annotative bibliography.
Spadoni includes further supplementary material: a brief chronology of Leacock's life; annotative notes to the text; Leacock's draft outline and tables of contents; attribution of fictional references to actual people and places of Orillia; Leacock's four-act play "Sunshine in Mariposa," first published in three successive instalments in Maclean's Magazine between May and July 1917; a list of substantive variants between the copy text and the manuscript; a list of substantive variants between the copy text and the serialisation of Sunshine Sketches in the Montreal Daily Star, and a select bibliography.
The stored information may include results of a homology search for the plurality of DNA sequences, annotative information for the plurality of DNA sequences indicating the biochemical functions and physiological roles of the plurality of DNA sequences, gene expression profile data for the plurality of DNA sequences describing behavioral patterns of the plurality of DNA sequences, results from clustering the plurality of DNA sequences based on time course data as described by the gene expression profile data, and other information.
On the one hand, Brenner's annotative work provides detailed factual information on "people, places, terms, events, ambiguities, and allusions to the text that the readers might not recognize or understand or, as with allusions, might misunderstand ..." in A Moveable Feast (v).
Perhaps it is Stover's concern to bring out the artistic in Wells (he loses no time in noting the "magnificent poetic diction" [52] of the novel's opening paragraph) that gives a somewhat schizophrenic ring to his annotative procedure (phrases like "majestic artistry" [4] or "monumental classic of Weltliteratur" [3] seem to be sheer overkill, applied to The War of the Worlds, for all its moments of high drama and powerful evocations of an eerily devastated London).
Griest (1993) suggested that computers are a benefit in that they help keep teachers from using lectures and texts for "the knowledge transportation business," but he echoes the complaint that "although the newest of the 'electronic books'...enhance the text with sound, graphics, or simple annotative features, there is still scant opportunity to create, collaborate, and experiment with interactive narrative structures." Griest would echo Luehrmann's criticism that there is a lack of opportunity for student creation.
We find it convenient to divide annotative behaviors into three classes: point-to-point spans of media elements; geometric regions of a document presentation; and structures within the document tree.