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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 "Narracion de un aciago destino (1896-1930)" from Historia del cine espanol (Julio Perez Perucha).
Website Review: Beyond the Short Call, online horn opera excerpt resource hosted by Ericka Tyner Grodrian.
With excerpts from Gail Hamilton's Life in Letters (1856 letters).
Sites such as Baker & Taylor, Barnes & Noble, Ingram, Books-in-Print Online, Bowker, EBSCO, Buy and Syndetics have agreed to mount the excerpts provided they carry the book.
A number of excerpts of works by composers, including Clement, Dressler, Crecquilon, and Luther, can be found in the "Annexes musicales" section.
Excerpts were selected from the 2002 annual reports of two banks, one a regional bank (Company A) and the other a national bank (Company B).
In the excerpt from Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, when Jody attacks Janie and she retaliates, it is said that "a big laugh started off .
Jeanne Baxtresser has provided extensive commentary, including historical background, tempo information and practice suggestions for the study of each excerpt.
Diary excerpts reflect a complete range of writing style from the travel journals of Frances Ramsay Simpson and Mina Wylie, to enumerative reports of the domestic sphere in the compact diary entries of Elsie Rogstad Jones, to the more literary journals of Dorothy Duncan MacClellan and Marian Engel.
TERROR mastermind Osama bin Laden and his top deputy, who boasted of the "great victory" on September 11, were shown in video excerpts aired on Arab television yesterday.
Numerous brief yet intriguing excerpts are provided, beginning with one from John Smyth's application to establish ties with the Dutch Anabaptists and ending with a Canadian Baptist hymn written in 1967 by Anne Skinner.
Kosuth might say that such a process is precisely what he is calling into question, but like his scholarly excerpts, that would be a little too pat.