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v. an·no·tat·ed, an·no·tat·ing, an·no·tates
To furnish (a literary work) with critical commentary or explanatory notes; gloss.
To gloss a text.

[Latin annotāre, annotāt-, to note down : ad-, ad- + notāre, to write (from nota, note; see gnō- in Indo-European roots).]

an′no·ta′tive adj.
an′no·ta′tor n.
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Noun1.annotating - the act of adding notesannotating - the act of adding notes    
expanding upon, expansion - adding information or detail
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Wragge (lulled by the narcotic influence of annotating circulars, and eating and drinking with an appetite sharpened by the captain's absence) withdrew to an arm-chair, and fell asleep in an attitude which would have caused her husband the acutest mental suffering; seven o'clock struck; the shadows of the summer evening lengthened stealthily on the gray pavement and the brown house-walls -- and still the closed door opposite remained shut; still the one window open showed nothing but the black blank of the room inside, lifeless and changeless as if that room had been a tomb.
"Mala ducis avi domum," continued Louis XVIII., still annotating.
In fact with incredible rapidity and marvelous lucidity, Fouquet deciphered the largest papers and most complicated writings, correcting them, annotating them with a pen moved as if by a fever, and the work melting under his hands, signatures, figures, references, became multiplied as if ten clerks -- that is to say, a hundred fingers and ten brains had performed the duties, instead of the five fingers and single brain of this man.
He also occupied himself with annotating the fine work of Baudry-le- Rouge, Bishop of Noyon and Tournay, De Cupa Petrarum , which had given him a violent passion for architecture, an inclination which had replaced in his heart his passion for hermeticism, of which it was, moreover, only a natural corollary, since there is an intimate relation between hermeticism and masonry.
Attachments can be downloaded for offline availability to allow reading, annotating, and editing without an Internet connection.
After you capture the image you can make annotation by using different annotating tools.
Contrary, in a heterogeneous context, we introduce a common semantic annotation structure for annotating the models at different levels: 1) meta-models, 2) models content, 3) models profiles and goals for semantic discovery purposes, 4) at levels of basic aspects of models such as the informational type.
In these kw cases, some annotating features such as highlighting and comments will not be available.
This bibliography updates the late Huckabay's previous volumes John Milton: An Annotated Bibliography, 1929-1968 and John Milton: An Annotated Bibliography, 1968-1988 by listing editions and translations of Milton's works and annotating books, essays, notes, dissertations, and other scholarship published about Milton and his works from 1989-1999.
Annotating them with semantic information unleashes a huge potential, providing more suitable results in the search process, which benefits both humans (in the case of web pages), but also companies (in the case of web services).
ELMO's Image Mate Accent software is included, which offers document camera presentation tools for annotating over images, as well as recording video and audio.