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- An abridgement (or abridgment) is a condensing or reduction of a book or other creative work into a shorter form while maintaining the unity of the source...
- Concise Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy edited by Edward Craig (an abridgement) Edwards, Paul, ed. (1967). The Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Macmillan...
- using different words and sentences Epitome, a summary or miniature form Abridgement, the act of reducing a written work into a shorter form Executive summary...
- The earliest Doctor Who-related audio release was a 21-minute narrated abridgement of the First Doctor television story The Chase released in 1966. Ten...
- Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War (1998) 3 vol. reference set; also one-volume abridgement (2001). ——— (1999). Vietnam. London: UCL Press. ISBN 978-1857289213....
- Dogood Sampler" – Selections from Franklin's Silence Dogood writings Abridgement of the Book of Common Prayer (1773), by Benjamin Franklin and Francis...
- Entries of dubbed, revised or copied versions of a film or translation, abridgements, edited or annotated works and reprints were ineligible for the awards...
- Denis (1758). search for "ante Christum" in a 1748 reprint of a 1633 abridgement entitled Rationarium temporum by Denis Petau. Retrieved 1 June 2010....
- Queries, 4th Series, II August 8, 1868 gave the following list of the abridgements of Blackstone's Commentaries. A Summary of the Constitutional Law of...
- Melville Bigelow, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company. Story published an abridgement of his Commentaries "for the Use of Colleges and High Schools." In A...
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