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outline

a. a drawing or manner of drawing consisting only of external lines
b. (as modifier): an outline map
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A total of 19 1/2 bricks may be outlined with the magic marker.
The American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI) tracks delinquencies for life company mortgages, and their numbers outlined in the chart (right) vividly illustrate the dramatic difference between today's delinquency levels and those of the last downturn.
For the strategies outlined so far, the general pattern is one of fostering a culture of student/librarian interaction within the library building itself.
Members of the Blue Ribbon Citizens Oversight Committee, which provides oversight for Proposition BB bond projects, said the District Attorney's Office has outlined the scope of the probe for them.
Once data are outlined, reports can be produced at any level of detail.
outlined the paths their careers in the foundry industry have taken.
On June 21, 1985, the MultiState Tax Commission adopted a resolution outlining the items it considered to be "solicitations of orders" and outlined both immune and nonimmune activities for nexus.
The spokes represent the four areas outlined in the accompanying article where a balanced professional communicator will have some activity.
Veach and Taylor (1989) outlined the significance of job trials, physical reconditioning, and psychosocial counseling to the vocational success of these individuals.
We expect to then address the oversight of automation planning, communication planning, payment system risk, securities and fiscal services, cash review, check payments, electronic payments, financial accounting, building planning, protection and contingency planning, General Auditor functions, and other areas outlined in Governor Angell's report.
They contrast where they believe the profession will be in 10 years in terms of the challenges outlined in the first chapter.