- n. Plural form of summation.
“Waterhouse - to which Baqwa has denied media access until all teams have completed their summations, which is likely only on”
“The governor used the word "together" in the closing two sentences of all eight of his major addresses over the years; even the summations are the same.”
“I always like to polish off the summations before I start on the stories themselves, and said summations usually take me quite a while.”
“But anyways, I did finish reading the summations in THE YEAR'S BEST FANTASY, FIRST ANNUAL COLLECTION, but I didn't manage to tackle any of the stories.”
“The Legislatures generally need summations of legislation to understand the tone and tenor of a bill.”
“Mr. Pasacreta's closing argument is expected to wrap up on Wednesday, when prosecutors will begin presenting their summations.”
“And Vuturo in his summations spoke dramatically about the murders, rapes and other major crimes occurring in Suffolk and how, he declared, the police department was wasting its resources storming Fire Island to round up gays.”
“To begin with, the summations are thoughtful and informative.”
“I'll admit that I normally find Ellen Datlow's summations rather unhelpful.”
“It took me four days to read it, plus the time I spent picking away at the summations before I launched into the stories themselves.”
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