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Synopsis

A summary; a brief statement, less than the whole.

A synopsis is a condensation of something—for example, a synopsis of a trial record.

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However, something akin to a literary thesis seems to peck now and then from within the book's hard shell of synopsized theological discourse.
Using Part 15 of the FAR as the basis for negotiation, items once synopsized can then be reverse auctioned.
(4) The option was synopsized in accordance with Part 5 unless exempted by 5.202(a)(11) or other appropriate exemptions in 5.202.
Full translation is not necessary at this point; stories can be synopsized and translated at a later date.
Synopsized in the repeated incantation, "Sexuality is to feminism what work is to Marxism," the thesis is actually neither dialectical nor historical but static and hermetic; Gender is constituted by sexuality, the organization of desire; sexuality, gendered, is domination and submission; domination and submission are the specific hierarchy of gender, are "what gender means." Thus in male-dominated societies, domination and submission, no matter what their field of operation, are always gendered; gender, no matter what else it is ostensibly doing, is always sexualized; and sexuality, no matter who is doing it, is always hierarchically gendered.
If a solicitation is released, it will be synopsized on the County s Procurement website.
She briefly discusses the nineteenth-century popularity of the "tales from Shakespeare" in which the stories are synopsized, thereby losing the richness of the language.
A number of policy issues are then synopsized, including issues of equity, intellectual property, and public participation.