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- v. To prepare a summary of something
- v. To give a recapitulation of the salient facts; to recapitulate or review
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. be a summary of
- v. give a summary (of)
First, I didn't "summarise", I pretty much quoted from the front page.
You can see how we kind of summarise it in our reviews of
Spare a thought for me on the big week as I summarise every article and photo in every paper with its souvenir pull-out while you all spend your day down the pub.missfrost online• It is pleasantly satisfying for us monarchists to see a rabid republican newspaper like the Guardian producing a royal supplement.
Scores of sites now offer music, while hundreds of others summarise news.
I'll summarise the main points from his speech later, but in the meantime that I note that StopHS2 - the group campaigning against the high speed rail line planned from London to Birmingham, are holding a demonstration at the Conservative conference today.
Or someone at least summarise it? blog comments powered by Disqus
How to summarise a book in 140 characters (max) without a spoiler?
I'll summarise the discussion and post back when I've checked that people are ok with me blogging their comments.
Plan the figures you would want in a paper, no more than ten that summarise of highlight something you wish to discuss.
Love Cleolinda, I want that Edward's version book to come out just so she can summarise it (yes that is the only reason ...)
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