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Another annotator for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, John Mangum, described it as "48 minutes of tragedy, despair, terror and violence, and two minutes of triumph."
Xodo is the ultimate cross-platform PDF viewer and annotator. And it's 100% free.
As we know, quality of a scientific annotation depends in part on how much the annotator learns about the biomedical entity.
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).
So part of the testing process involves human annotators listening to the users' speech and deciding what the right recognition should have been.
Adams, indexer and annotator of this valuable reference work, proposes that it was perhaps the most important such publication of its day.
Adrienne Williams Boyarin's "Sealed Flesh, Book-Skin: How to Read the Female Body in the Early Middle English Seinte Margarete" continues this theme, as do the contributions of Johanne Paquette, who offers a fascinating reading of the Book of Margery Kempe and the marginalia of the text's red ink annotator, and Jonathan Juilfs, who considers the textual transmission of Julian of Norwich's Revelation of Love from the mid-fifteenth century Amherst manuscript through its first printed manifestation in Hugh Cressy's edition of 1670.
Zellers is a spitfire of a librarian and annotator whose gutsiness shows in each sentence.
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.
Throughout marginalia we find annotations directed specifically to a "reader," as well as numerous addresses to a "you," which the annotator must imagine to be some future reader, be it one specific individual or a more generalized auditor/lector.
Jones was an inveterate annotator of his books, returning to them repeatedly as his ideas on design evolved.
(15) However, later lines of the speech are also cut by Heywood, and the annotator may be taking his lead from Heywood's dramatic priorities to trim expendable lines.