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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  • Here's a brief excerpt to wet your appetite.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • A short audio excerpt is available for general users.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Another often used is an excerpt from Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "How Do I Love Thee?

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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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  • There were no infinitives in the passage above, but see if you can find the infinitives in the following excerpt.

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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 rhythmic sharpness in this short operatic excerpt prepared us for higher things to come.

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