- n. Plural form of chapter.
“Grass read a couple of chapters from it aloud last year to a New York audience that included 'most of New York's German intelligentsia,' and Miss Marilyn Moorcroft, who was among those present, reported in Commonweal that 'oddly enough, even after the reading, the content of the excerpts of the two chapters were still hazy in the minds of many of the German listeners.”
“The sections given as_ 227 -- 231 _ "On indistinctness at short distances" have, it is true, only an indirect bearing on the subject; but on the other hand, the following chapters, _ 232 -- 234, _ "On indistinctness at great distances," go fully into the matter, and in chapters_”
“I wanted the title chapters to be funny, enigmatic, and for the reader to have to read into them.”
“What I like most about his chapters is their beautiful internal structure.”
“Unlike many of those often arbitrary divisions of the New Testament books which we know as chapters, it is a naturally separate section.”
“Apsara DiQuinzio: Quaytman produces each body of work in "chapters" that relate to the specific location where the paintings will be shown.”
“Head of one of their chapters is holding a sign with the N-word on it?”
“There seems to be a phalanx of resources for learning about query letters, from blogs to certain chapters in books on writing, all the way to whole books written on this topic alone.”
“Our Saturday movie fare consisted of comic book characters like Dick Tracy and Flash Gordon, who took human form in what were dubbed "chapters," which were continuing sagas that always ended in a cliffhanger to be continued at next Saturday's matinee.”
“If you had been Inspector Victor Grandes, would you have believed Davids story in chapters 18 and 19 (act three)?”
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