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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.

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

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Glosser also was the Founder and President of CTI, the new media division of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Fraser DW, Glosser JW, Francis DP, Phillips CJ, Feeley JC, Sulzer CR.
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Supreme Court decisions in Glosser and Holloway, here there was no
Glosser A, Gardiner K and Fishman M, Statutory Rape: A Guide to State Laws and Reporting Requirements, Falls Church, VA: The Lewin Group, 2004.
Earl Ruttencutter plays Clouseau, Jim Curtiss is Dreyfus, Keith Kessler is Duval, Bob Glosser is Francois, Charlotte Gallagher is Olga and Adam Leonard is Cato.
The Glosser is a pack with five disposable microfiber towels that are filled with car-washing and polishing formulas and also sell for $6.
We wouldn't be investing in this industry if we didn't believe that Trump Home had great potential and a strong future," said Cathy Hoffman Glosser, executive vice president of the Trump Organization.
The scrapbook, covering material between the years of 1841 and 1875, contains a variety of ephemera such as press cuttings, programmes, playbills, flyers, two letters of correspondence to Mr Everett from Edward Glosser and a cheque for 1 [pounds sterling] to Mr Everett.
Specific pragmatic aspects investigated in adults with aphasia include communication acts (Gurland, Chwat, & Wollner, 1982; Wambaugh, Thompson, Doyle, & Camarata, 1991), speech acts (Doyle, Thompson, Oleyar, Wambaugh, & Jackson, 1994; Prinz, 1980; Wilcox & Davis, 1977), discourse analysis (Armstrong, 1987, 1991; Bottenberg & Lemme, 1991; Guilford & O'Connor, 1982; Mentis & Prutting, 1987) and use of nonverbal communication (Behrmann & Penn, 1984; Cicone, Wapner, Foldi, Zurif, & Gardner, 1979; Glosser, Weiner, & Kaplan, 1986; May, David, & Thomas, 1988).
Prosecutors said Jay Glosser, 53, an associate professor of information technology, planned the killing because he feared Perez's harassment complaint might cost him his job.
suggests are the work of an orthodox glosser, a pharisee; also the