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Jackson implies that Blake's copy of Lavater was seen by Fuseli, though she notes that "under the circumstances, it is remarkable that he ever let it out of his hands" (156); however, there are other hands at work in the volume (unidentified in the major Blake editions), so he clearly did more than just show his copy to others, and they did annotate the already annotated volume.
Using the linguistic knowledge gathered through annotations by the community to automatically annotate other documents at the morpheme's level
com), the Annotate toolbar might point out that BusinessWeek Online, Cnet.
This interactive 15-inch TFT display includes technology that enables presenters to operate and annotate computer applications from the pen-driven display.
The P-50X enables presenters to run and annotate computer applications or digital video right on the plasma screen using a pen or finger.
Oracle Forms Developer will be used to develop the first generation of the curation tool, which will be used to annotate and modify data.
The agreement calls for Accelrys to functionally annotate these sequences with GeneAtlas(TM), the company's application for high throughput sequence and structure-based annotation.
Presenters can operate and annotate computer applications from the pen-driven display.