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excerpt

a part or passage taken from a book, speech, play, etc., and considered on its own; extract
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Amid a revolt in the article's comment sectionand, I'd guess, beyond its comment section as welleditor Jonny Diamond and managing editor Emily Firetog wrote that the excerpt "should never have made it through our editorial process.
Excerpt from "Narracion de un aciago destino (1896-1930)" from Historia del cine espanol (Julio Perez Perucha).
A chapter from Ahmed Naji's novel Istikhdam al-Hayat, or Using Life, was serialised in a state-owned literary newspaper and a case was brought against him last year by a private citizen who claimed the excerpt caused him distress and heart palpitations.
Multiple recordings are included for each excerpt to help show the range of tempi and stylistic interpretations that can occur in operatic performances.
c) the management and maintenance of buildings and areas of the excerpt main intervention and the eventual management and maintenance excerpts S1 and S2, for a number of years as offered in the tender, and in any event at least 2 years (two).
The excerpt from Murray Brewster's book ran in the previous edition (December 2011 issue).
Dusan Dusek: excerpt from Peso do Neba (Walking to Heaven) [c] 2000 by Dusan Dusek.
With an excerpt from An Alarm Sounded to Prepare The Inhabitants Of the World To Meet the Lord in The Way of his Judgments (1709).
Then read this excerpt from Russell's writings, and answer the questions below.
It also includes an excerpt from Richard Eothstein's book Class and Schools: Using Social, Economic and Educational Reform to Close the Black-White Achievement Gap (Teachers College Press, 2004.
Rap Brown, and pulls right up to the present day with a presidential campaign speech by the Reverend Al Sharpton and an excerpt from a Spike Lee script.
The following excerpt was incorrectly printed in the footnote of Factors Affecting Clergy-Psychologist Referral Patterns (Vol 34(4), pg 299).