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  • noun Plural form of narration.

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Examples

  • The album is split into five acts, each act transitioning with spoken word narrations by Common.

    Pretty Much Amazing!

  • What kind of narrations would yo expect in the the book if it were told in Max's Point Of View?

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  • What kind of narrations would yo expect in the the book if it were told in Max's Point Of View?

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  • The book's first line serves as a warning to the reader: "Digression, cast adrift on the buoyant Dead Sea of your own narrations, is a sign of old age . . . the natural decay of the aging brain."

    Raging Against Aging

  • Walking through the show, a visitor has a hand-held device to listen to brief narrations from a soft, French-accented voice in English guides in Mandarin are available also.

    Teaching Chanel to China

  • "You get calls to do narrations - lots of them - and then once in a while a project comes along that, to use an over-used word, resonates," notes Freeman.

    Documentary 'Born To Be Wild' Spotlights Orphan Wildlife Projects

  • "You get calls to do narrations - lots of them - and then once in a while a project comes along that, to use an over-used word, resonates," notes Freeman.

    Documentary 'Born To Be Wild' Spotlights Orphan Wildlife Projects

  • It is difficult to understand from the narrations just what has been done: This is D.S., a two-year-old Liberian male, who presented to the ER with a history of fever for five days and cough. . .

    Between Expectations

  • "You get calls to do narrations - lots of them - and then once in a while a project comes along that, to use an over-used word, resonates," notes Freeman.

    Documentary 'Born To Be Wild' Spotlights Orphan Wildlife Projects

  • Told in the three voices of Ally, Bree & Jack, the alternating narrations are beautifully written and increasingly weave together.

    Archive 2009-01-01

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