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marked by or consisting of few words that are carefully chosen

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briefly giving the gist of something

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The 3MT competition requires competitors to deliver a succinct overview of their thesis to a non-specialist audience, in three minutes or less, giving them an opportunity to hone their academic, presentation, and research communication skills.
There were concerns that raising the character limit from 140 to 280 would ruin Twitter's succinct comment style.
The Juggler is a novella, which means its diminutive size (83 pages) allows for a succinct, digestible format that even (and especially) the busiest reader will appreciate.
A succinct exposition of facts and law in support of Israel's lawful exercise of sovereignty over East Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria that Harvard and UCLA don't want to hear.
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Having reviewed business plans ranging from polished to pitiful over the years, Ferguson instructs entrepreneurs to utilize his simple yet effective strategy when writing their business concept: "You must be concise, precise, succinct, simple, clear, persuasive, and truthful."
<![CDATA[ Veteran university pro-Israel activist Yehuda HaKohen has a succinct answer-kit with which to counter Israel Apartheid Week claims.]]>
Enhanced with beautiful, 'museum quality' artwork throughout, "A World Of Faith: World Celebration Special Edition" by Peggy Fletcher Stack and Kathleen Petersen provides the reader with a succinct and informative description religions.
It is a succinct information base for anyone wanting an overview and specific techniques for providing a service learning program for secondary education students.
Featuring sidebars on all the principle commanders who led the German and Soviet forces on the Eastern Front, as well as the pitcal events that occurred on both sides and influenced the war (including the SS and Einsatztgruppen murder squads), the technological advances in planes, tanks, rocket launchers, and more, "The Eastern Front" is a succinct, profusely illustrated, month-by-month historical overview that is as informed and informative, as it is engaging and recommended for personal, academic, and community library Military History reference collections in general, and World War II Eastern Front supplemental reading lists in particular.
Here are succinct recipes for everything from Appetizers, breads, cakes, and candies, to casseroles, frostings, salads, and relishes.
Fire off your succinct missive to: editor@calcpa.org.
Each individual book includes a succinct and 'kid friendly' explanation of the featured wonder's origins, the environment of which it is a part, human interaction with the phenomena under study, and information about visiting the showcased wonder today.
Credit the quintet's attention to detail: Mouth harp and banjo offset the caustic lyrics of "I Can't Decide" ("If lies were cats / You'd be a litter") with Appalachian playfulness, while kooky keyboard arpeggios ripple through the funky "Ooh." And guitarist Del Marquis has blossomed into the band's secret weapon, embroidering these 10 succinct originals with spacey, phased effects and lightning-fast licks that recall classic Queen.
In 100 succinct essays, Jones takes a whimsical survey of what is known and unknown within the world of science.