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Synonyms for excerpt

Synonyms for excerpt

take out of a literary work in order to cite or copy

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Beliefs Affecting Handwritten Communication (excerpt) Kate Gladstone
Indeed, the subjects of the current study did not distinguish either excerpt as having more of an impact on their likelihood of buying stock in the bank (Mean score on "likelihood of investing in the company" was 2.8 out of a possible 5 points for each excerpt).
Diary excerpts reflect a complete range of writing style from the travel journals of Frances Ramsay Simpson and Mina Wylie, to enumerative reports of the domestic sphere in the compact diary entries of Elsie Rogstad Jones, to the more literary journals of Dorothy Duncan MacClellan and Marian Engel.
McCabe faults the article for drawing attention to statements he himself made in the excerpt--had he wished to avoid the ire of the dramaturgs he dismissed as impediments to good directing, he should have edited his excerpt with greater care.
Again, the authors, having selected the excerpt from Feinberg, should use it properly; if there is legitimate criticism to offer it should not be left as undeveloped as that just quoted.
To this image he adds another "P.V." excerpt and the oft-cited passage "There are thus two interpretations of interpretation, of structure, of sign, of play." This snippet is attributed to "J.D." (Guess who-the very thinker who problematized such attributional "signatures" in the first place.) In the most disappointing "Essay," Kosuth has repictured his groundbreaking 1965 work, One and Three Photographs, two grainy black-and-white photographs of a tree alongside a photograph of a dictionary definition of the word "photograph." This original refraining is refrained with a quotation from "T.T." on immanence and one by "G.P." on interpretations of beginnings and endings.
A: The following excerpt is from the HCFA Q & A, which can be found at:www.hcfa.gov/medicaid/mds20/res_man.htm.
The excerpt from the "Epic of Fa-Jigi" narrated by Seydou Camara (transcribed and translated by David Conrad with the assistance of Sekou Camara) also captures some of the power of an epic performer's narrative abilities:
"Martha's choreography was also a really early-feminist thing," adds Move, "with the man as the sex object--not the woman." In her show at Mother, Martha demonstrates this in an excerpt from Phaedra when she contracts her pelvis to beckon Playgirl centerfold Reid Hutchins, who sports only a jockstrap with a '50s hood ornament protruding in front.
Special report excerpt: Publicly traded health insurers' gains offset by expenses.
Baritone Alan Monk is heard as Ford in an excerpt from Falstaff (1986), Schaunard in La Boheme (1977) and the Music Master in Ariadne auf Naxos (1979).
* excerpt from the slave auction cataloque, which offers evidence of the names, jobs, and prices asked for slaves;
To check for possible order effects in the data, separate product moment correlation coefficients were computed between each of the two excerpt running orders for each rating scale x group combination, using the mean ratings assigned to each of the five excerpts.
The following is part two of a two-part excerpt from her new book, How to Survive an IRS Attack.
We had the option of picking a different excerpt [from The Realist].