source material

source material

[′sȯrs mə‚tir·ē·əl]
(nucleonics)
Material from which fissionable material can be extracted.
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Martin, author of the source material of 'Game of Thrones' went through an emotional rollercoaster after the series won an Emmy Award in the Outstanding Drama Series category.
The bolted on subplots and note of redemption lack the economical elegance of the source material.
As for the source material, the filmmakers had an even more difficult job, Schwartz explained.
Brutal, bombastic and harrowingly beautiful, its wasteland action is a credit to the source material, a deftlymanaged combination of junk car combat and postapocalyptic punch-ups.
Focus groups with ex-extremists can help identify the specific source material in the Qur'an or other texts by which the message is substantiated.
This book offers primary source material dealing with the issues of slavery and abolition in the US alongside scholarly analysis.
Then the tale is told, followed by a commentary on the story including source material and the relationship to one of the Jewish festivals.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is amending its regulations for products and materials containing unenriched uranium and thorium, also known as "source material," effective Aug.
I'd choose a female Doctor and a black James Bond (4/1, Paddy Power) and I'd sit back and watch Twitter trip over its virtual tongue saying it's NOT about sex or race but about STAYING TRUE to the SOURCE MATERIAL and how their female/black friend (of which they've got lots, obviously) TOTALLY thinks the same as them...
This collection of primary source material chronicles the WWI experiences of the 4th Marine Brigade, part of the US Army Second Division Regulars that served with the American Expeditionary Forces.