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


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  • In an interview published by The Portland Tribune (and in excerpts from the book) she asserts that most homeless youth are on the street by choice and that agencies like Outside In only enable their lifestyles.


  • L'Express published what it identified as excerpts of those documents that show that some bank executives had expressed concern about

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  • Like every citizen of the country, the student who chose to direct excerpts from the play enjoys his right to free speech.

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  • The Washington Post subsequently published several excerpts from the transcript, including language suggesting that Fortas might have indeed spoken with LBJ about a pardon for Wolfson, but there is no evidence that this intervention was a quid pro quo rather than a voluntary intervention for a friend.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More on Lithwick’s Lament

  • An al-Qaeda associate captured by the CIA and subjected to harsh interrogation techniques said his jailers later told him they had mistakenly thought he was the No. 3 man in the organization's hierarchy and a partner of Osama bin Laden, according to newly released excerpts from a 2007 hearing.

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  • Here's one of my favorite excerpts from the article ...

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  • Here are a few excerpts from the interview, read the whole thing here and scroll down for photos.

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  • Here are some excerpts from the journal that I kept.

    Creative Carnival: July 2009 « Write Anything

  • Some excerpts from the Productivity Commission's r ...

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  • Some excerpts from the Productivity Commission's report on the Parallel Importation of Books

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