The story is dense, front-loaded with dialogue and enough backstory to synopsize
Most can synopsize
and summarize, but not all can judge, the root meaning of "critic"--one who can adjudicate, producing something akin to literature.
events much further would be to impede viewers' enjoyment of Ade's consistently unpredictable film.
"The person who can synopsize
an issue in a clear, concise, dramatic statement that takes less than thirty-five seconds to deliver is more likely to be seen and heard on broadcast news than those who lack that talent" (p.
He attempts in this section to synopsize
the problems with this periodization, while explaining why historians have yet to find a suitable alternative.
Zinser and Hsieh synopsize
the effect that this price insulation has had on the accessibility and affordability of health care in America:
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, "1969" comes off as surprisingly bloodless.
I don't have much space here, and I want to leave lots of room for photos, so I'll just synopsize
2302, implemented in FAR 6.102(d)(3), Congress has deemed that purchases under the MAS program meet the definition of "competitive procedures." Therefore, there is no requirement to synopsize
the acquisition or otherwise follow competitive procedures normally associated with "full and open competition" under the Competition in Contracting Act (CICA).
The newly launched TVGuide Spot contains several Web-exclusive emceed series that preview and synopsize
other media, all sponsored for now at least by charter advertiser Cheez-It.
Finally, we share a theoretical and textual approach to uncovering theory and practice through the experiences of graduate students as they use hypertext to critically synopsize
and respond to dense and difficult curriculum and learning theories (see Figures 5, 6, & 7).
Among the valuable appendixes are those that synopsize
security-related laws and regulations and provide a guide to digital security.