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a narrative of experiences undergone by the writer

critical explanation or analysis

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a written explanation or criticism or illustration that is added to a book or other textual material

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In the second exposition of Ibn Ezra's commentary after the 1st recension, the exegete explains [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] as "soft to the touch" [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] -- presumably in reference to her locks of hair, whereas the clause [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is taken to express the king's longing to be captive in her hair as a formulaic expression among Arabian love-smitten tribal chiefs:
The five-disc set includes commentary on all 22 episodes and three featurettes.
The service is different from other traditional commentary services as it is filled with humor, attraction and amazing opinions of panelist in a unique manner.
In recent decades scholars have disagreed on the order in which these three commentaries were written, the relation among the three commentaries, and--given the fact that Averroes revised at least one and perhaps all of them--which commentary contains his final teachings on the soul and the intellect.
In spite of differences, "Those who would midwife Commentary magazine into the world resembled nothing so much as a loosely knit, self-formed Family.
He argues that previous histories of Commentary have been short, narrowly focused, and highly partisan.
Marianne Pade discusses Niccolo Perotti's planned commentary on Martial, which grew into the Cornucopia, an encyclopedia of Latin language and culture.
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To articulate this compulsion and assist teachers who may struggle with the same issue, I will discuss the ways some scholars in rhetoric and composition have framed issues of control when it comes to written commentary.
This book examines six authors who, as poets, comment on their own work; the Hermes' lyre of the title corresponds to the view that poetic self commentary combines both hermeneutic and lyric dimensions.
Paul Lettinck, Aristotle's Meteorology and its Reception in the Arab World with an Edition and Translation of Ibn Suwar's Treatise on Meteorological Phenomena and Ibn Bajja's Commentary on the Meteorology (Leiden/Boston/Koln: Brill, 1999), ix+505 pp, HB, ISBN 90 04 10933 1
In an effort to adopt and modify income tax rules that take into account the unique features of e-commerce in international wade, the OECD adopted new Commentary to its Model Treaty (Commentary) that illustrates the application of the PE concept to e-commerce transactions.
Otherwise, most of what fills the commentary track is the lingua franca of production: location hardships, numbers of takes, and lots of sighing over the wardrobe that got away: "Hey, what happened to that jacket?
Griffith Foulk writes that the "tension between the implicit demand for interpretation that the root case presents and the explicit rejection of interpretation by the commentary .
McGuire still takes her passion for books to the airwaves, weaving commentary on books into the banter with her cohost, Doug Banks, and occasionally having authors as guests on the show.