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Begun as a way to demonstrate the fact that interactive computer technology can simply be a part of every class we teach, we require students in our graduate classes to use computer hypertext applications to synopsize, chart, and respond to all of the readings and discussions required in the class.
I will try to synopsize what she said, but I encourage you to hear her speak to feel as empowered and connected as I did.
His overall thesis of a steady progression from Ethiopianism to its antithesis cannot be proven by the arbitrary selection of writings he chooses to synopsize. He presents no objective standard for selection.
This is because, as humans: We thrive in information-thick worlds because of our marvelous and everyday capacities to select, edit, single out, structure, highlight, group, pair, merge, harmonize, synthesize, focus, organize, condense, reduce, boil down, choose, categorize, catalog, classify, refine, abstract, scan, look into, idealize, isolate, discriminate, distinguish, screen, sort, pick over, group, pigeonhole, integrate, blend, average, filter, lump, skip, smooth, chunk, inspect, approximate, cluster, aggregate, outline, summarize, itemize, review, dip into, flip through, browse, glance into, leaf through, skim, list, glean, synopsize, winnow wheat from chaff, and separate the sheep from the goats.
For us, too, the intoxication of a Fornes play in production turns to hangover when trying to synopsize the experience in journalistic prose, to provide interpretive closure, to pin each play down in words.
Your post-deposition plan should include where original deposition transcripts and copies will be filed; whether you, a paralegal, or a secretary will synopsize or digest the deposition transcript; where original exhibits and copies will be placed; and how requests made at depositions will be handled.
Strauss, who also is a representative on the FASB Emerging Issues Task Force and a member of the advisory council to the Financial Accounting Standards Forum, went on to synopsize about 25 additional accounting-related topics.
The close reading, however, takes place in a mere eight pages, which barely allows the author to mention the funeral and briefly synopsize the sermons.
Entries in the series also synopsize proposed adoption plans.
Monitor and synopsize advances in specific industries for specific online applications.
Masters's arguments are difficult to synopsize because his scope is so wide (perhaps overly so) and diffuse.
The press should also more faithfully synopsize other media, such as local television newscasts, magazines, broadcast and cable telecasts, specialized journals, business newsletters, hobby publications, computer databases, government documents, academic publishing, underground media and numerous other data sources.
It would be difficult to better synopsize the problems posed by the sources under consideration in this volume.
To synopsize, his guidance states: "The Joint Staff will be an agile, empowered, innovative, and results-oriented organization supporting CJCS in the execution of his duties as the principal Military Advisor to the President of the United States, the Secretary of Defense, and the National Security Council." The Chairman's guidance is available at www.jcs.mil/.