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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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Hurmence could also have done more comprehensive service for the narratives if she had provided more background research to place her excerpts in a broader context.
com, where excerpts are available and where she links to Amazon.
The briefest and most eclectic, the seventh and final section of the reader contains an essay, letters and excerpts from letters to Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz, and an aphorism.
The most senior of these, octogenarian Ni Ketut Cenik, presented her Joged Pingitan, an excerpt from an hour-long solo choreography.
Excerpts 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);
At the same time, there are generous excerpts from the wonderful music itself.
The ``Parsifal'' excerpt proved even less suited to Domingo's talents.
Excerpts from Limon's dances are superimposed on historical footage so that the words and images provide a context and reveal the emotional roots of his choreography, establishing the enormous impact of his turbulent early years.
It's a great resource, loaded with reviews, excerpts, tips on buying things such as laptop computers and broadband services, even goofy odds and ends like a search through an IBM database of U.
Next were excerpts from Pearl River, a wacky work choreographed by Stacy Dawson and David Neumann.