abstracts

All Noun Verb
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  • Property abstracts are considered good starting places for research on historical buildings.
  • Other people can view all abstracts and have access to full-text papers older than two years.
  • He was to have been in here to give me a hand with the abstracts. Cited from Three Plays, by Padraic Colum
  • During this time period, he was one of just a few American artists creating abstracts.
  • He could reduce all things to acts, And knew their nature by abstracts. Cited from The King's Own, by Captain Frederick Marryat
  • Access is free to articles older than six months and abstracts.
  • I therefore shall make no effort to add another failure to the several abstracts of this Report. Cited from The Conqueror, by Gertrude Franklin Atherton
  • Many articles and all research abstracts are published in both languages.
  • The journal published both original research and abstracts from other sources.
  • One issue a year is devoted to abstracts of papers presented at the annual meeting.
  • Each issue was devoted to a single theme and abstracts were included in four languages.
  • The firm was particularly noted for their introduction of abstracts of title.
  • He has published many abstracts and articles in the field.
  • Does the teacher sometimes require abstracts to be made in order to teach selection of important points? Cited from A Guide to Methods and Observation in History, by Calvin Olin Davis
  • The community is only marked on county abstracts and has no postal code.
  • Thousands of individuals apply to have their scientific abstracts accepted and presented at this meeting each year.
  • In his first exhibition, his entire collection of paintings were all abstracts.
  • Oram has over a long period painted abstracts, mostly not shown in public.
  • Abstracts are protected under copyright law just as any other form of written speech is protected.
  • His works from this period show a clear surrealist influence, which he later abandoned when he started working his famous abstracts.
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Root form of abstracts is abstract for both verb and noun.

Meaning of abstracts

  • verb Consider a concept without thinking of a specific example; consider abstractly or theoretically
  • verb Consider apart from a particular case or instance
    Let's abstract away from this particular example
  • verb Give an abstract (of)