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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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Excerpts from Film Art: "Aspects of Mise-en-scene"; "Cinematography: The Range of Tonalities".
Similar to IHS Online's Orchestral Horn Excerpts service guided by Daren Robbins, this website fills an important gap in repertoire and resources--excerpts of opera repertoire beyond overtures and other concertized works, especially those that appear in opera orchestra auditions.
b) the execution of work for write-off the main intervention, as indicated in the final draft the main place in the tender, and possible performance of excerpts S1 and S2;
With excerpts from A Brand Plucked from the Fire, Chapter 1, "Birth and Parentage" (1879).
The Diana inquest jury was read excerpts from his money-spinning books - A Royal Duty and The Way We Were - based on his position as butler to the Princess in the 1990s.
A new Publishers Portal service has been created by Dial-A-Book, which operates the Chapter One database of excerpts from around 100,000 books,
We've also taken excerpts from some essays -- and taken photos of their authors -- to run in our ``Street Scene'' at left.
Instead, Hokum serves up an eclectic selection of readings, quotations and excerpts from a wide body of African American writings, including fiction, public speeches and popular cinema.
His photographs of the 1906 earthquake and fires are eloquent testimony to the disaster, Read the following excerpts from his memoir, then answer the questions below.
For Silver Rain, the evening's closer, Tsao culled excerpts from six works in the Hong Kong-based City Contemporary Dance Gompany's repertoire.
This appendix is a companion document to "Saudi Arabia's Curriculum of Intolerance with Excerpts from Saudi Ministry of Education Textbooks for Islamic Studies.
Focusing primarily on social theories, the book presents an extremely comprehensive collection of excerpts from the writings of leading contributors to social theory since the mid-19th century.