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They synopsize stories that have inspired English and US tourist interest in European and US people and destinations, both real (home of the Bronte sisters, Baker Street, Deadwood, South Dakota) and constructed (Peter Pan and Harry Potter theme destinations, "Dracula's" castle).
In 1935, at the behest of his New York colleagues, Walter Benjamin set out to synopsize his famously unfinished epic, The Arcades Project.
The contents are grouped under eight main headings, such as "The Legacy of Symbolism," "The Individual and the Social," and "Ideas of the Postmodern," which synopsize what the editors take to be the state of the discipline.
Accompanying the reviews are colorful icons that synopsize the rating for customer service -- a green smile face indicates complete satisfaction and a red frown face indicates complete frustration.
Because a GSA Schedule 70 contract is considered full and open competition, there's no need to get competitive bids, synopsize requirements or consider other small business programs.
Fantini Research synopsize conference calls of gaming enterprises - public, private and Native American, plus significant international companies.
When placing orders under GSA Federal Supply schedules, ordering officers need not seek further competition, synopsize the requirement, make a separate determination of fair and reasonable pricing, or consider small business set-asides.