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In addition to the Compendious Discourse, the present volume also includes three manuscript treatises containing rules of composition, each written for individual pupils and sharing similar material.
Thus, too compendious a statute becomes a possibly maladroit effort.
It is with a hopeful political message that he concludes this compendious account of the interaction between biological and social adaptation.
The fatwa pronouncing a death sentence on Salman Rushdie has long been rescinded, he has written many other books, and the sun has risen and set more than 7,000 times, so for anyone to demand that he be prevented even from appearing at such a compendious event takes a particular and determined desire to be offended by him.
One of the principal objects of The Grocer will be to endeavour to place before its readers, in as brief and compendious a form as the circumstances will admit, and in plain and intelligible language, stripped of all unnecessary technicalities of detail or expression, the best obtainable information on certain subjects intimately connected and interwoven with the Grocery business, and which it is of the most essential, nay, of vital, importance for every member of the trade to know, but which have] hitherto, unfortunately, and to the serious detriment of the best interests of Grocers, been but too much neglected.
In its brief space, Bray-brooke provides a compendious vade mecum for the dialogue participant.
That definition is lost, along with so much else, but I do remember that it was broad, compendious, and absolute, founded as it was on my superficial reading of Yeats, Wordsworth, Hopkins, and Stevens (whose work seemed to me written in a nonterrestrial tongue, but which inexplicably I could not stop reading).
Its strength lies in its structured intuitive format, breadth of topics and compendious explanations.
In a new compendious and erudite history of the left, American Dreamers: How the Left Changed a Nation, Georgetown University historian Michael Kazin does not closely examine the Obama presidency, but he suggests that such despair may just be a constituent part of belonging to the left.
Still, a compendious book that mentions an ancient hymn of Ethiopian Christians ('Anqasa Berhan), the genre of Rosencranzbilder, Erasmus, the Battle of Lepanto, Queen Elizabeth I, Philip Neff, Louis Richeome, Leibniz, Charles Dickens, the Plenary Councils of Baltimore, devotion of the Holy Face of Christ, Jean Delumeau, Karl Rahner, and the Texas Department of Corrections will edify the reader who can savor it, a treasury.
Her labour, too, leaves its imprint on the final artefact--a book at once compendious and yet almost defiantly circumscribed.
HYDERABAD, October 05, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Sindh Minister for Inter Provincial Coordination Makhdoom Jamil-uz-Zaman stressed upon writers and researchers of Sindh to preserve and pass on an authentic and compendious history of the province to posterity.