Events like the Tay Son victories over the Trinh in 1786 and the Qing in 1789, narrative highlights in Khoi's book, are mentioned in the tersest
terms by Taylor who instead expands on the organisational skills of the enemy and eventual nemesis of the Tay Son, Nguyen Phuc Anh.
with a motto expressing in the fewest and tersest
words possible this national recognition."
He speaks with an emotion that emanates from the page; nonetheless, he does so in the tersest
Blogs, Facebook postings, "charticle"-style graphs, and tersest
of all, those tiny little tweets--we journalists are writing shorter and faster by the nano-second.
In his attempted autobiography, Praeterita, issued as a serial in the second half of the 1880s, Venice was omitted as one of the 'Edens' of his life and only the tersest
account given of his work there.
He balances the tale's tersest
points with equally as many warm moments, with caring people who see Doug through.