Excerpt sentence example

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  • The sentence was an excerpt from the letter.
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  • He added an excerpt from the book into his letter.
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  • The excerpt includes a description of the fall of the angels.
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  • The tape recording is a verbal excerpt from the play.
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  • He was misled by an incomplete excerpt in the history book.
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  • This excerpt is from a letter Abigail wrote to John while he was in the Continental Congress, "I dare not express to you at 300 miles how ardently I long for your return.
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  • The following excerpt is from a letter John wrote to Abigail after being sworn in as Vice President of the United States: "I pray you to come, as soon as possible.
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  • If you like a poem that's too long to include on your layout, simply use an excerpt as your page title and tuck a copy of the entire poem into an envelope for hidden journaling.
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  • This one-man dance excerpt is very short, but shows the face mask often worn for rain dancing, and the movement of pawing at the ground with the feet.
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  • First, review this excerpt from a 1948 issue of Time magazine about the anticipated effects of the baby boom (hence the definitive title of the generation).
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  • The authors of the Hebrew historical books, as we now have them, do not, as a rule, as a modern author would do, rewrite the matter in their own language; they excerpt from pre-existing documents such passages as are suitable to their purpose, and incorporate them in their work, sometimes adding at the same time matter of their own.
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  • An excerpt from her book, according to AHN, reads, "Gwyneth Paltrow came in.
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  • A short audio excerpt is available for general users.
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  • excerpt from the diary of Dr. Mae-Wan Ho.
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  • Here's a brief excerpt to wet your appetite.
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  • The excerpt with its description of the fall of the angels is used to form a prelude to the wickedness of man and the avenging flood (vi.
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  • Suidas, misled by an incomplete excerpt in Photius from the life of Isidorus (the Neoplatonist) by Damascius, states that Hypatia was the wife of Isidorus; but this is chronologically impossible, since Isidorus could not have been born before 434 (see Hoche in Philologus).
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  • In this Rockettes Christmas excerpt, you can see how the dancers blend perfectly with one another onstage.
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  • The following excerpt is an example of how you could write such a statement of permission.
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  • As you can see from the excerpt below, the values affected are those relating to values extracted from the smoothed histogram.
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  • In this excerpt, Tom has just played a trill.
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  • Another often used is an excerpt from Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "How Do I Love Thee?
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  • Excerpt from "Caring for your school-age child: Ages 5-12."
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  • Ecgberht, archbishop of York (Excerpt.
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  • excerpt from a speech by Marcus Cato on concerning a wife who committing adultery.
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  • I've reproduced an excerpt of the section about supplying photos to magazines here.
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  • This starts with Robert singing a excerpt from Broadway Rhythm.
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  • Below we offer a short excerpt from the preamble.
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  • For instance: Example 5 Stockhausen: excerpt from Studie II (1954) [tactile in the original ].
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  • The following is a short excerpt from The Grief Recovery Handbook: "Grief is the normal and natural reaction to loss of any kind.
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  • You can also use Amazon's "Search Inside" feature to view an excerpt from most of the popular yoga titles the site has available.
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  • There were no infinitives in the passage above, but see if you can find the infinitives in the following excerpt.
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  • operatic excerpt prepared us for higher things to come.
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  • The short excerpt from Ctesias, which Photius has preserved, contains useful information, although we must always mistrust him.
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  • Grenfell and Hunt date the Gospel, from which it is an excerpt, about 200.
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  • The above prayer excerpt is part of the public domain at Prayer 4 You and is typical of a non-denominational prayer.
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  • 2 Published in excerpt by Wiistenfeld along with Azraqi (aeipzig, 1857-1859).
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  • - The most complete collection of periodicals in all languages ever brought together is that preserved in the British Museum, and the excerpt from the printed catalogue of the library, entitled Periodical Publications (London, 1899-1900, 2nd ed.
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  • circa 1200), and others, proceeded further on the sameLlines; Euthymius, in particular, often uses an excerpt instead of giving his own exposition.
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  • t f., which is in the main a verbal excerpt from Ex.
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  • as an undoubted excerpt from H, but, with the exception of Num.
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  • The article Feng Shui Color Schemes from HGTV includes an excerpt from Jayne M.
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  • The rhythmic sharpness in this short operatic excerpt prepared us for higher things to come.
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