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The annotator purports in most cases to be recording corrections and comments that Michelangelo had made to him: "Mi disse" (he told me) is the usual formula.
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The inter-annotated was measured on a subset of about 10,000 tokens that was annotated by all six annotators.
After the annotation process was completed by the annotator pathologist, the 2 pathologist-readers independently scored for GL-3 inclusions on identical duplicates of the annotated virtual images, using the quantitative approach, BLISS (Figures 2 and 3).
Steven Ledbetter, who was musicologist and program annotator for the Boston Symphony Orchestra from 1979 to 1998, will give a pre-concert lecture at 7 p.
Adams, indexer and annotator of this valuable reference work, proposes that it was perhaps the most important such publication of its day.
Lynn Hulse writes about Lady Anne and music, Heidi Brayman Hackel considers Lady Anne as a book collector and annotator, while Stephen Orgel's complementary paper examines her annotations in one of her books, a copy of the 1610 edition of the Elizabethan classic, A Mirovr for Magistrates.
As much as I'd like to share the enthusiasm of conductor Nicholas Jenkins, Offenbach scholar Jean-Christophe Keck and annotator Frank Harders-Wuthenow, all of whom have proclaimed this score a masterwork, I can't, because it's not.
280 the annotator seems unaware that "I'll learn them" was indeed once proper English and meant exactly the same as "I'll teach them," in spite of its later non-standard associations (see the OED, learn, v.
For instance, he would often make an index for a book, and he was a frequent annotator, annotating in a code (which Windscheffel has unlocked) and to an extent usually in inverse proportion to his approval.