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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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Individual assignments, such as breaking a long-term project into smaller steps and outlining essays, stories or speeches
Repeat outlining the parts of the body and transferring the image until the figure is complete.
CPAs who want to use their spreadsheet programs as report writers can apply the new software's easy-to-use advanced features such as outlining, versions, forecasting, data analysis, importing data and charting to enhance budgeting, business modeling and analysis.
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.
This written data gives a building owner records with which to supply a manufacturer, outlining the owner's maintenance procedures required under the warranty.
My understanding is that Tom Persky is fine-tuning an extensive memorandum outlining his proposed "fresh start" approach toward the computation of interest.
This article will go a step further by outlining a model for delivery of vocational rehabilitation to this population.
The book finishes with a look ahead, outlining what the authors believe will be the future directions of quality assurance efforts.
Outlining a course ourselves forces my classmates and me to consider the connections between cases, to see how doctrines are built, and to glimpse at semester's end the unity of a body of thought.
Z Backscatter works by detecting and outlining "low Z" materials (items that contain low atomic number elements such as carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen).
It allows a great deal of control over information and handles tracking, outlining, text retrieval and hypermedia tasks equally well.