may be used only in "regularly-scheduled bona-fide, hard news programs of which the actual news elements constitute the main feature" (this excludes programming such as news magazines, news features, sports features and other sports programs and "special" programs);
Vaclav Pankovcin: excerpt
from 3 zeny pod orechom (Three Women Under the Walnut Tree) [c] 1996 by Vaclav Pankovcin.
Based solely on your evaluation of each annual report excerpt
, how likely are you to buy stock in each company?
This collection of excerpts
is taken from diaries written by women between 1830 and 1996.
Kosuth might say that such a process is precisely what he is calling into question, but like his scholarly excerpts
, that would be a little too pat.
Draped in stretch fabric with tridentlike combs lancing her impossibly oversize jet-black bun, Martha sucks in the spotlight, strikes a classic Graham pose, and delivers actual excerpts
from the original diva's notebooks.
Any reader who is interested in the creative efforts of black writers during the Harlem Renaissance will find Cary Wintz's collection of reprinted articles, excerpts
, and illustrations from volume 3 of the series enlightening.
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from "What Became of the Slaves on a Southern Plantation?
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No rationale is provided for the decision to excerpt
and compile the included materials.
To make his task easier, Banks merely leaned on many of these former members for his sdections, and none was more pleasing than the excerpt
from Davis's hilarious play Purlie Victorious.
For his company's 20th season, he presented a program of three milestone works, plus a new excerpt