Definition of textual. Meaning of textual. Synonyms of textual

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Definition of textual

Textual
Textual Tex"tu*al, a. [OE. textuel, F. textuel.] 1. Of, pertaining to, or contained in, the text; as, textual criticism; a textual reading. --Milton. 2. Serving for, or depending on, texts. --Bp. Hall. 3. Familiar with texts or authorities so as to cite them accurately. ``I am not textuel.' --Chaucer.

Meaning of textual from wikipedia

- in linguistics and literary theory, textuality comprises all of the attributes that distinguish the communicative content under analysis as an object of
- of operatic scores, see critical edition (opera). textual criticism is a branch of textual scholarship, philology, and literary criticism that is
- textual scholarship (or textual studies) is an umbrella term for disciplines that deal with describing, transcribing, editing or annotating texts and
- the institute for new testament textual research (german: institut für neutestamentliche textforschung — intf) at the university of münster, westphalia
- textual practice is a bimonthly peer-reviewed academic journal covering radical literary studies. the editor-in-chief is peter boxall (university of sus****)
- corrupt, contaminated, nonsensical or illegible textual fragment. conjecture is one of the techniques of textual criticism used by philologists while commenting
- author. the term is derived from latin recensio 'review, analysis'. in textual criticism, particularly biblical scholarship, the count noun 'recension'
- textual case-based reasoning is a subtopic of case-based reasoning, in short cbr, a po****r area in artificial intelligence. cbr suggests the ways to