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- n. Alternative spelling of epilogue.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A simplified spelling of epilogue.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a short speech (often in verse) addressed directly to the audience by an actor at the end of a play
- n. a short passage added at the end of a literary work
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Beaches filled with sewerage: what a fitting 'epilog' to the decadent design and development tale that was Dubai.
A somewhat unnecessary prolog and epilog has now been tacked on, but not tackily, smoothly enough that it didn't ruin the story.
Writer Jason Aaron (Scalped) and artist Ron Garney (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN) bring you a searing 4-part epilog to the biggest X-Men Event in a decade.
Other than a few mumbly scenes between Hanks and Hoffman where the dialog was difficult to understand, I thought it was a decent movie, with a few downright funny bits, and a somber epilog.
Ralph Fiennes provides the wrap around and does so in an effective manner, in the reunion with his daughter, his involvement with the older Hanna and in an epilog of sorts with a concentration camp victim, played by Lena Olin, whose book about being a survivor is what did Hanna in so many years earlier.
Now this seismic shift in oil prices and the economy have prompted our next guest Daniel Yergin to add a brand new epilog to his Pulitzer Prize winning book "The Prize."
You've written an epilog to a book that you wrote 18 years ago.
An epilogue, or epilog, is a piece of writing at the end of a work of literature or drama, usually used to bring closure to the work.
The last portion of the book is really done as an epilog to tie off the loose threads.
It works as a bio and there's even a brief epilog when the biographer reveals an identity to us.