He submitted a script for a 30-minute abridgment
of Hamlet to be performed by a cast of four.
4 (1) If in any action or other proceeding a question arises as to whether any law of Alberta abrogates, abridges or infringes, or authorizes the abrogation, abridgment
or infringement, of any of the rights and freedoms herein recognized and declared, no adjudication on that question is valid unless notice has been given to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General.
of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856: From Gales and Seatons' Annals of Congress; from Their Register of Debates; and from the Official Reported Debates, by John C.
But this new edition from Eland is an abridgment
, neatly pruned by Kathleen Hopkirk so that it fairly romps along.
Japan Rising is the one-volume abridgment
of that translation.
of the 2009 textbook Cancer Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice is designed for students, residents, trainees, and practitioners from specialties other than oncology, including internal medicine, primary care, surgery, and nursing.
Oxford World Classics offers yet another abridgment
of Locke's Essay concerning Human Understanding.
Certainly much has been lost through Jarrold's radical abridgment
of Waugh's most popular novel, but there's plenty to gain as well when we re-examine the world of Brideshead through the prism of Sebastian's suffering.
Constitution prevents abridgment
of the voting rights of a citizen 18 years of age or older.
adds sound effects, creepy metallic voices and a rift of music now and then.
The term "blog" is an abridgment
of the term "web log", which is an online diary or commentary usually maintained by an individual person or group.
Blog: A blog (an abridgment
of the term Web log) is a Web site, usually maintained by an individual, with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video.