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excerpt

noun citation, clipping, excerption, extract, part, passage, passage taken from a book, portion, quote, quoted passage, reference, representative seeection, select passage, selection
Associated concepts: redact portions of a confession
See also: choose, digest, extract, part, portion, quote, select
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Excerpt from Film Art: "Fundamentals of Film Sound".
to include more opera excerpts in their teaching--certainly the excuses not to do this are no longer justified.
Daniela Kapitanova: excerpt from Kniha o cintorine (A Book about a Cemetery) [c] 2000 by Daniela Kapitanova.
With an excerpt from "At Sudleigh Fair," Meadow-Grass (1895).
A rating form listing the SEC's guidelines was provided for each excerpt.
As various as the sources are the formats of the selections: short stories, poems, song lyrics, essays, excerpts from novels and autobiographies, cartoons, and simple, biting or wise "sayings.
The rest of her diary excerpt is a record of the exhausting domestic rituals of everyday life in 1940s western Canada.
excerpt and the oft-cited passage "There are thus two interpretations of interpretation, of structure, of sign, of play.
excerpt from the slave auction cataloque, which offers evidence of the names, jobs, and prices asked for slaves;
Complexity' was defined to participants as the extent to which it was difficult to predict what would happen next in the excerpt, how elaborate the excerpt was, and how surprising the variations within the excerpt were (see Berlyne, 1971).
The following is part two of a two-part excerpt from her new book, How to Survive an IRS Attack.
We had the option of picking a different excerpt [from The Realist].