excerption


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Reagan's creative excerption of King's words about injustice also distorted the meaning of the civil rights leader's total message.
Much space is wasted on blank pages, excessive margins, and the newspaper-like excerption of single sentences in huge font, too infrequently to serve as useful signposts but numerous enough to distract.
Drama, for example, has been excluded because the wealth of new work in this field, especially radio plays, would merit an issue of its own, and because it rarely lends itself to easy excerption.