breviate


Related to breviate: brevity, abbreviation

breviate

(ˈbriːvɪˌeɪt; ˈbriːvɪət)
n
1. a short account; a summary
2. a note; a short missive
3. obsolete a lawyer's brief
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Evidently, the international scientific community agrees: The team's research paper detailing these discoveries, "Phylogenomics demonstrates that breviate flagellates are related to opisthokonts and apusomonads," was recently published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, the leading United Kingdom biological research journal.
Contemporary recipes for butter and egg dishes are plentiful: in "A Breviate touching the order and government of a Nobleman's House," ca.
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ADVICE BEFORE IT BE TOO LATE: OR A BREVIATE FOR THE CONVENTION 3 ([1688 o.
Throckmorton, Ellesmere had continued to examine parties after judgment at common law, and his Breviate of 1615 had reexamined the statute of 4 Hen.
The way in which the diarists took notes varied from those who scribbled comments over parliamentary documents such as breviates of acts, petitions, or separates to those who attempted to record diligently every word.