crit.

crit.

abbreviation for
1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) critic
2. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) criticism
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No require registration, emerging to established artists are invited to bring 1-3 artworks to the crit.
Cote said he was recently talking with pro racer Jake Hollenbach, who won the Exeter Classic last year, about the chance to compete in five races over eight days, capped off with the challenging Fitchburg crit.
One on the scale represented the student strongly disagreed with the option as a goal of a desk crit. Five on the scale represented the students strongly agreed that the option was a goal of a desk crit.
1-59 + parts (clar., 11 + [ii] p.; violoncello, 9 + [ii] p.); crit. notes in Dutch, Eng., p.
First of all its corporeal manifestations are too much fun, second the other one is used exclusively by computer nerds and, third, blob has to be one of the least pretentious words you will ever, ever hear in a final year crit.
Le concours national des critures cratives est destin redynamiser les comptences acquises l'crit. Il privilgie des activits bases sur l'imagination, le ludique les motions et la crativit.
The Longsjo Classic had been on the National Racing Calendar for years, the last of which was 2010, when the event was a four-day stage race with a time trial, road race, circuit race and crit.
to the Vesper and Compline vols., sources and commentary, crit. notes, p.