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epilogue
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epilogue as in:  the novel's epilogue

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  • EPILOGUE:  the last color featuring: death and Liesel—some wooden tears—max—and the handover man   (source)
    epilogue = an afterward or concluding passage added at the end of a literary work
  • Epilogue:  One Child, One Teacher, One Book, One Pen….   (source)
    epilogue = a concluding section added at the end of a literary work
  • "I'll write you an epilogue," Gus said.   (source)
    epilogue = an afterward or concluding passage added at the end of a literary work
  • Epilogue   (source)
  • EPILOGUE (on page 381).   (source)
    epilogue = a concluding section added at the end of a literary work
  • Epilogue: San Jose   (source)
  • EPILOGUE   (source)
  • Epilogue [section of book]   (source)
  • Epilogue: The sign said WELCOME TO TREEGAP, but it was hard to believe that this was really Treegap. ...   (source)
  • Epilogue (on page 207)   (source)
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  • EPILOGUE:  At the time of the Watson family's trip, the U.S. South was caught up in a struggle for basic human rights that became known as the civil rights movement. Although...   (source)
  • Epilogue -- Sonoma County, California.   (source)
    epilogue = an afterward or concluding passage added at the end of a literary work
  • EPILOGUE (beginning on page 299 of the first edition).   (source)
    epilogue = a concluding section added at the end of a literary work
  • Epilogue (on page 151 of the first hardback edition)   (source)
  • EPILOGUE: FINAL AUDIT -- Thursday, November 27–Tuesday, December 30   (source)
    epilogue = a concluding section of a literary work
  • Epilogue (beginning page 356 of first edition).   (source)
    epilogue = a concluding section added at the end of a literary work
  • EPILOGUE (entitled "Senior Year" and on page 294 of first hardback).   (source)
  • Epilogue: Hands   (source)
  • Epilogue:  Sir Thomas Legge, Assistant Commissioner at Scotland Yard, said irritably: "But the whole thing's incredible!"   (source)
  • EPILOGUE   (source)
  • Epilogue: The other hand†   (source)
  • Epilogue — September 28†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE—†   (source)
  • I Epilogue.†   (source)
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  • Epilogue   (source)
  • With best wishes Sheilagh Mackinnon Crown Prosecution Service Epilogue — SEPTEMBER 29†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE (page 373 of the 1st edition).†   (source)
  • Epilogue .†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE — December 11th, 1793†   (source)
  • Epilogue   (source)
  • Epilogue — Nineteen Years Later†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE.†   (source)
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  • EPILOGUE — Squirrel Poetry†   (source)
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  • EPILOGUE.†   (source)
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  • EPILOGUE Now that you have reviewed the case file, you must realize what a dangerous creature this Fowl is.†   (source)
  • Epilogue   (source)
  • My life has begun to feel like an epilogue.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE: AN OCCASION†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE/SUMMER After he had finished checking over the salads his understudy had made and peeked in on the home-baked beans they were using as appetizers this week, Hallorann untied his apron, hung it on a hook, and slipped out the back door.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE — A Silence of Three Parts†   (source)
  • Epilogue The Consul awoke to the sound "of a balalaika being played so softly that at first he thought it was an undercurrent of his dream.†   (source)
  • Epilogue.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE (on page 247).†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE   (source)
  • Epilogue.†   (source)
  • Epilogue — Dede, 1994.†   (source)
  • Epilogue: Lone Star†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE — The Last Crossing†   (source)
  • Epilogue.†   (source)
  • Epilogue The Ascent Beckons     The hospital hallway was blindingly white.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE   (source)
  • EPILOGUE It is the twelfth of August and Ruth is in the Cubbyhole, silent.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE   (source)
  • Epilogue.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE.†   (source)
  • Epilogue Jeremy and Lexie were sitting together, cuddled beneath a blanket, staring down at the town below.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE — Two AND A HALF YEARS LATER†   (source)
  • epilogue: have it your way†   (source)
  • And finally, the most revealing sign of all, always a dead giveaway: when she hit her stride, and the words came so easily she had to fight to hold them back long enough to get them on the page, she always put on the Beatles, and they sang her to her epilogue.†   (source)
  • Epilogue   (source)
  • EPILOGUE   (source)
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  • EPILOGUE: TWO PATHS TO HARVARD†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE.†   (source)
  • Epilogue   (source)
  • EPILOGUE DAS KAPITAL Capital burns off the nuance in a culture.†   (source)
  • Epilogue — COUP DE GRACE†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE   (source)
  • —ALBERT EINSTEIN EPILOGUE.†   (source)
  • Epilogue   (source)
  • Epilogue High on a bluff on the Island at the Edge of the World, the High King sat, idly chewing on one of the long grasses that had begun to grow again on the fields decimated by the battle.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE:†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE AMSTERDAM, 2005 It's time to put all this stuff away.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE Brigadier General Crawford put the file folder down on the couch beside him.†   (source)
  • Epilogue So there you have all of it that's important.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE Burundi, June 2006 — 08 For the rest of the summer of 2006, Deo worked on the underpinnings of a clinic in Kayanza.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE   (source)
  • Epilogue "Cooperate, will you?"†   (source)
  • Epilogue.†   (source)
  • If you tell a secret about a friend, other people want to hear all of it, prologue to epilogue.†   (source)
  • Epilogue   (source)
  • ~~~SECTION BREAK~~~ Epilogue.†   (source)
  • Epilogue He ran under the bright sun of day; he ran under the dim stars of the night, ever with the east wind in his face.†   (source)
  • Epilogue.†   (source)
  • Miracles and paradoxes could be explained by the marvelously independent courses of their elements, and perhaps real beauty could be partially understood in that it was not just a combination, but a dissolution; that after the threads were woven and tangled they then untangled and continued on their separate ways; that the trains that pulled into the station in a riveting spectacle as clouds of steam condensed in the midnight air, then left for different destinations and disappeared; that the drama of a striking clock was impossible without the silence that was both its preface and epilogue.†   (source)
  • EPILOGUE   (source)
  • EPILOGUE — ONE MONTH LATER†   (source)
  • In his poem "Epilogue," Robert Lowell asked, "Yet why not say what happened?"†   (source)
  • Epilogue What's Happened Since Black Like Me The experiment that led to writing Black Like Me was done at the very end of 1959, before the first "freedom rides" or any other manifestation of national concern about racial injustice.†   (source)
  • He recites the Symons' translation of Baudelaire's "Epilogue."†   (source)
  • And now, the epilogue.†   (source)
  • Epilogue (on page 299 of 1st edition).   (source)
  • The epilogue in only a page long, but it does a good job of tying up loose ends.
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epilogue as in:  the play's epilogue

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  • My favorite epilogue is from Shakespeare's The Tempest.
    epilogue = short speech addressed directly to the audience by an actor at the end of a play
  • The play has four acts and an epilogue, subdivided into seven scenes.
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  • Yet to good wine they do use good bushes; and good plays prove the better by the help of good epilogues.†   (source)
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