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  • n. Plural form of urtext.


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  • One of the urtexts for understanding Conservative campaign strategy is a 2004 Times op-edby George Osborne on what the Tories could learn from the Bush campaign.

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  • Citing contemporaneous accounts, performance editions and early recordings, he shows that, until fairly recently, urtexts did not possess a binding authority, though they might well have been consulted.

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  • Bass and a deep bottom are urtexts of the mysterious London dubstep producer's second album.

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