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  • n. Plural form of digest.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of digest.


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  • The thing that seems to be central to all the problems one reads about in the discipline digests is judgment.

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  • He also said this: A fool’s brain digests philosophy into folly, science into superstition, and art into pedantry.

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  • Some are offering online weblog 'digests' which supplement the traditional printed journal, while others are solely online.

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  • All kinds of people have "Links I Liked" kind of digests of posts they didn't have time to write about in more detail.

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  • -- In addition, the community has posted more than a dozen "digests" detailing business modeling best practices, covering topics such as how to get started, how business modeling compares to entity-relationship diagrams, data quality, how to draw a model, and more. discussions where members pose questions and provide answers to colleagues on topics ranging from very basic discussions on BI and business modeling to detailed and high-technical exchanges about building specific models.

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  • With regard to the charge made by Mr. De Quincey, of Coleridge's so borrowing the property of other writers as to be guilty of 'petty larceny'; with equal justice might we accuse the bee which flies from flower to flower in quest of food, and which, by means of the instinct bestowed upon it by the all-wise Creator, extracts its nourishment from the field and the garden, but 'digests' and 'elaborates' it by its own

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  • Writers are a cottage industry, but nowadays it takes a village of cottage industries to continue a career, including not only family if you have it, and loyal readers, but other writers who share experiences and skills and sources and information on digests like Bryant.

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  • The group said that the next two years would be a transitional period during which it would slim down as it digests a 2011 full-year operating loss of between €1.4 billion and €1.6 billion.

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  • I usually just skim the subject lines in the digests, read the few messages that catch my eye, and only occasionally reply to something.

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  • Numerous cases could be given among the lower animals of the same organ performing at the same time wholly distinct functions; thus in the larva of the dragon-fly and in the fish Cobites the alimentary canal respires, digests, and excretes.

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