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  • "I'm employed as an editor at the Oxford University Press, and Professor Sigurdsson was to add annotations to one of our publications."†   (source)
  • Running all that over in his head as he listens to the rain, Cedric thinks about how many paragraphs of his psych text he'll have to annotate and block out for cramming in the middle of next week.†   (source)
  • Not to mention it contained years of my personal notes and annotations!†   (source)
  • During the daylight hours she would try to read, but the books that they had given her were deadly dull: ponderous old histories and geographies, annotated maps, a dry-as-dust study of the laws of Dome, The Seven-Pointed Star and Lives of , the High Septons, a huge tome about dragons that somehow made them about as interesting as newts.†   (source)
  • She may have pressed her wedding corsage in her scrapbook, but she hadn't annotated the page, in case somebody—her mother, Athena—got suspicious and went looking for clues.†   (source)
  • The first is an annotated account of the Antelope case.†   (source)
  • What's that?" she tapped at a section that somebody had underlined or annotated.†   (source)
  • Thank God, I thought, no more annotated climaxes to intrude on my work and composure.†   (source)
  • His copy of the Tractatus Theologico-Politicus was underlined and marginally annotated from cover to cover (also disfigured by interlinear pencil translations: "I can read Latin," he would say, "but only the nouns").†   (source)
  • The aide summarizes and annotates prospective legislation.
  • All I can do is give the particulars: an annotated diagnosis.†   (source)
  • He examined the annotations for a few moments more, then looked around at the expectant faces.†   (source)
  • "Oh, I can't wait to analyze and annotate them," said Millard, rubbing his hands together.†   (source)
  • "If you're here about the annotations, you're early.†   (source)
  • "There," he said, pointing to an engraving of a dragonlike creature and the annotation below it.†   (source)
  • "If you're here about the annotations, you're early."†   (source)
  • The margins were small and filled with annotations, and he had to write carefully, sideways when the word appeared in the middle of the three columns of definitions.†   (source)
  • John continued to examine the Geographica, working through the extensive annotations dealing with the Cartographer's island.†   (source)
  • "There are a great deal of annotations in modern English, but there's no hierarchy to it, no order, other than a rough chronological one."†   (source)
  • "Look," he said, "since Paralon is the 'capital' of the Archipelago, its map has been extensively annotated in English.†   (source)
  • After a few minutes, he came to a large page of parchment with a heading that translated roughly to "Paralon," along with extensive annotations that included nautical instructions.†   (source)
  • "We don't have any way to read all but the most basic maps and annotations in the Geographica—and with no way to translate the rest of the maps, we can never find our way to the Cartographer's island, even if he still really exists."†   (source)
  • "There are a number of such maps at the beginning, but as you can see, several have been annotated in other languages, including English—although most of them are still untranslated," he finished, elbowing John.†   (source)
  • There he lives, I thought, and carries on his labors year by year, reads and annotates texts, seeks for analogies between western Asiatic and Indian mythologies, and it satisfies him, because he believes in the value of it all.†   (source)
  • Covering the reading desk there were endless piles of petitions and memorials, all annotated with the royal decision and signature.†   (source)
  • "Caninus surdis," replied the king, continuing the annotations in his Horace.†   (source)
  • The mayor did not look at him, but went on annotating this docket.†   (source)
  • Louis Philippe annotated Beccaria with his own hand.†   (source)
  • "The Spell of the Yukon"; a "gift" copy of James Whitcomb Riley, an assortment of battered, annotated schoolbooks, and, finally, to his surprise, one of his own late discoveries, the collected poems of Rupert Brooke.†   (source)
  • There were several books on a shelf; one lay beside the tea-things open, and Utterson was amazed to find it a copy of a pious work, for which Jekyll had several times expressed a great esteem, annotated, in his own hand, with startling blasphemies.†   (source)
  • By evening, after working fourteen or fifteen hours since dawn, Stokes would hasten to St. Swithin's by motor-cycle—he hated the joggling and the lack of dignity and he found it somewhat dangerous to take curving hillroads at sixty miles an hour, but this was the quickest way, and till midnight he conferred with Twyford, gave him orders for the next day, arranged his clumsy annotations, and marveled at his grim meekness.†   (source)
  • "And what if they are?" she went on, feeling bound to annotate with a malicious yet affectionate wink these words which she was repeating, out of good nature, like a lesson prepared beforehand which, she knew, it would please Mlle.†   (source)
  • As for Tom's Bible, though it had no annotations and helps in margin from learned commentators, still it had been embellished with certain way-marks and guide-boards of Tom's own invention, and which helped him more than the most learned expositions could have done.†   (source)
  • Such annotations as may be useful to assist the reader in comprehending the characters of the Jew, the Templar, the Captain of the mercenaries, or Free Companions, as they were called, and others proper to the period, are added, but with a sparing hand, since sufficient information on these subjects is to be found in general history.†   (source)
  • He also occupied himself with annotating the fine work of Baudry-leRouge, Bishop of Noyon and Tournay, De Cupa Petrarum, which had given him a violent passion for architecture, an inclination which had replaced in his heart his passion for hermeticism, of which it was, moreover, only a natural corollary, since there is an intimate relation between hermeticism and masonry.†   (source)
  • I have been led farther than I had foreseen, and various subjects for annotation have presented themselves which, though I have no direct need of them, I could not pretermit.†   (source)
  • I had often seen my noble patron annotating ancient volumes, and eagerly searching amongst dusty family manuscripts.†   (source)
  • He drew up prospectuses, translated newspapers, annotated editions, compiled biographies, etc.; net product, year in and year out, seven hundred francs.†   (source)
  • , still annotating.†   (source)
  • M. Madeleine had retained his seat near the fire, pen in hand, his eyes fixed on the docket which he was turning over and annotating, and which contained the trials of the commission on highways for the infraction of police regulations.†   (source)
  • , much preoccupied while annotating Horace with the corner of his finger-nail, heroes who have become emperors, and makers of wooden shoes who have become dauphins, had two anxieties,—Napoleon and Mathurin Bruneau.†   (source)
  • Continue your annotations, continue your questionings.†   (source)
  • Lockhart's Life of Napoleon (cover wanting, marginal annotations, minimising victories, aggrandising defeats of the protagonist).†   (source)
  • With regard to adding annotations at the end of the book, you may safely do it in this way.†   (source)
  • And then holding forth the broken arm, he began a long and very learned lecture of anatomy, in which simple and double fractures were most accurately considered; and the several ways in which Jones might have broken his arm were discussed, with proper annotations showing how many of these would have been better, and how many worse than the present case.†   (source)
  • In short, all you have to do is to manage to quote these names, or refer to these stories I have mentioned, and leave it to me to insert the annotations and quotations, and I swear by all that's good to fill your margins and use up four sheets at the end of the book.†   (source)
  • …in the silence of oblivion, coming out now with all my years upon my back, and with a book as dry as a rush, devoid of invention, meagre in style, poor in thoughts, wholly wanting in learning and wisdom, without quotations in the margin or annotations at the end, after the fashion of other books I see, which, though all fables and profanity, are so full of maxims from Aristotle, and Plato, and the whole herd of philosophers, that they fill the readers with amazement and convince them…†   (source)
  • Next, to prove yourself a man of erudition in polite literature and cosmography, manage that the river Tagus shall be named in your story, and there you are at once with another famous annotation, setting forth—The river Tagus was so called after a King of Spain: it has its source in such and such a place and falls into the ocean, kissing the walls of the famous city of Lisbon, and it is a common belief that it has golden sands, etc. If you should have anything to do with robbers, I…†   (source)
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