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Gloss

An annotation, explanation, or commentary on a particular passage in a book or document, which is ordinarily placed on the same page or in the margin to elucidate or amplify the passage.

See: color, comment, distortion, note

GLOSS. Interpretation, comment, explanation, or remark, intended to illustrate the text of an author.

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In addition, when a video is syndicated and appearing on lots of different websites, the producers have to avoid a situation where search engines point to different versions of the same content that are on websites other than the home website, according to Glosser.
Finding in this study correlates with the works of Glosser et al8 (1999), Manganaro AM11, with more than half of the follicular samples measuring than 2.
For instance, in Thailand kaffir limes are incorporated because of beliefs that they make hair softener and glosser.
Fraser DW, Glosser JW, Francis DP, Phillips CJ, Feeley JC, Sulzer CR.
Sin embargo, pacientes con demencia semantica que se relaciona con deterioros en la zona temporal anterior izquierda, mostraban una mayor debilidad hacia tareas que requerian nombrar y representar objetos (Halpern, Glosser, Clark, Gee, Moore, Dennis, McMillan, Colcher, y Grossman, 2004).
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Garcilaso always positioned himself as a nonauthor; namely, as the translator of Leon Hebreo's Dialogos de Amor, as the amanuensis of la Florida del Inca, and as the glosser and commentator of the Comentarios reales de los Incas.
Supreme Court decisions in Glosser and Holloway, here there was no