Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See content.
- n. Plural form of content.
- n. usually plural That which is contained.
- n. A table of contents, a list of chapters, etc. in a book, and the page numbers on which they start.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of content.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. See content, n.
- n. a list of divisions (chapters or articles) and the pages on which they start
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“That left me to write my own search routines which included input from Text Boxes sized and positioned directly above each column the user could search on ... unfortunately that also meant no room for a Label to describe what the user could search on, so I thought, "Why not put the label contents inside the TextBox?" and that lead me to build the”
“So, based on this misunderstanding of what it is in corn syrup that’s a problem – the fructose – these folks wrote up the label contents as pictured above.”
“In that case the table of contents is not as useful.”
“He also notes that it will be too big to email, and that the retail value of the contents is in the region of $200.”
“On the other hand, the table of contents is broken down into a number of detailed sections, so it serves well enough as a rudimentary index.”
“The table of contents is long (many of the pieces short) and the stories are printed (very readable) on a yellowish parchment-kind of paper.”
“Author B: People will buy my superhero writing advice rather than The DC Comics Guide to Writing Comics because even my table of contents is stylish.”
“The lack of a table of contents is disappointing, but fortunately the internets sometime provide when publishers fail to.”
“The full table of contents is available via the hyperlink above or by clicking on the bold yellow cover.”
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