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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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The large number of loved and almost universally known tunes originally composed for musicals (the jacket says that almost 100 are excerpted here) is impressive.
Franklin Frazier's "The New Negro Middle Class," also excerpted from The New Negro Thirty Years Afterward, is a provocative essay on the emergent black middle class.
Excerpted here, Gibson's opening line--"The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel"--depicts technology infusing the "natural" world.
For an independent discussion of the NanoMask excerpted from the book "H5N1Virus: How to Protect Your Family Against the Coming Pandemic," visit http://emergencyfiltration.
The three sections of this volume are excerpted from policy reports from the congressional research service.