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abstractor

(ˈæbstræktə) or

abstracter

n
a person who abstracts or makes an abstract
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Noun1.abstractor - one who makes abstracts or summarizes informationabstractor - one who makes abstracts or summarizes information
author, writer - writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)
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If an application for a new authorisation is not made by December 31 and validated in time, then the right to abstract will be automatically lost and the abstractor will be liable for enforcement action.
Author, abstractor, writer and county historian Cindy Amrhein provided Akwesasne community members with a critical insight into local (Hogansburg), as well as regional Iroquoian land negotiations in her book, A History of Native American Land Rights in Upstate New York" -- Karonhiaton, Indian Time
in pharmacology from the Faculte de Pharmacie de Paris in 1954, she worked at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) as an abstractor and indexer of scientific literature during the early 1960s.
According to the company, the combination of MapuSoft's OS Changer and OS Abstractor will enable developers to port large amounts of legacy code from an older operating system (OS) to LynxOS, an open standards-based, POSIX conformant embedded operating system.
Torok has been active in the information industry for four decades, working as a teacher, researcher, indexer, and abstractor. He has published and presented papers nationally and internationally and served as a consultant.
That decision was based on the unintended controversy caused by his entry into' the title business and the new requirement for an abstractor's license for folks issuing title insurance.