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Representatives of Harvard University Press, which is publishing the book this month of April, recognize and freely acknowledge that they invited such reaction by allowing Life magazine to print an excerpt from the book in advance of the book's publication date.
At the other extreme in character was the half-hour excerpt from the Petipa-Minkus ballet `` Bayaderka '', which opened the evening.
Last Saturday's interesting melange included Ernst Toch, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Richard Yardumian and a brief excerpt from a new `` space '' opera by the Swedish composer, Karl-Birger Blomdahl.
But one wishes, when the appetite is whetted, as it was in the case of the all-too-brief excerpt from the Blomdahl opera, that further opportunity would be provided both for hearing the works in their entirety and for a closer analytical look at the sense and nature of the compositions.
* podcasts. ie In this series of podcasts on Mayo's Heritage you can hear an excerpt from John Mc Hugh's Heritage Tour of Achill ( ref Programme 6 & Programme 8 )
Inscription and Erasure: Literature and Written Culture from the Eleventh to the Eighteenth Century ( 2007 ) excerpt and text search
Overt religious elements include an excerpt from the Rosary prayer on the cornice and planned statues of Mary, specifically Our Lady of the Rosary, and two archangels, St. Michael and St. Gabriel.
* An excerpt of Tales from Earthsea
( Summary of excerpt from Warui Yume o Mita Toki (, When You've Had a Bad Dream?
* Spence, Jonathan D. The Search for Modern China ( 1999 ), 876pp ; well written survey from 1644 to 1990s excerpt and text search ; complete edition online at Questia
* Spence, Jonathan D. The Search for Modern China ( 1991 ), 876pp ; well written survey from 1644 to 1980s excerpt and text search ; complete edition online
His comparative approach is obvious in the following excerpt from Chapter III of Book I of what many consider to be his masterpiece, De l ' esprit des lois:
" Yet another excerpt where Montesqieu's comparative approach is evident is the following one from Chapter XIII of Book XXIX:
* Release Early, Release Often, excerpt from The Cathedral and the Bazaar, mirrored on personal site
An excerpt from a speech given by Thompson featured in the computer game Deus Ex Machina ( 1984 ).
Compare with the following excerpt from an 1750 ode by Willam Collins:
This usually involves inviting potential Actors to read an excerpt from the script for an audition.
online complete edition ; also excerpt and online search from Amazon. com
A Critical Dictionary of the French Revolution ( 1989 ), 1120pp ; long essays by scholars ; conservative perspective ; stress on history of ideas excerpt and online search from Amazon. com
The Great Nation: France from Louis XV to Napoleon ( 2002 ) excerpt and text search
complete online edition vol 1 ; also excerpt and online search from Amazon. com
An " excerpt " from it introduces each chapter of each book in the series.
* Each chapter in Frank Herbert's science fiction novels Whipping Star, The Dosadi Experiment, and Dune variously begin with an aphorism, an excerpt from an official report ( or even a manual ), a quotation from a book about the events of the novel, etc.
An excerpt from Sefer Raziel HaMalakh, featuring various magical Sigil ( magic ) | sigils ( or סגולות, seguloth, in Hebrew language | Hebrew ).

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Union and Empire: The Making of the United Kingdom in 1707 ( Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History ) ( 2007 ) excerpt and text search
* Miller, James E. The United States and the Making of Modern Greece: History and Power, 1950-1974 ( 2008 ) excerpt and text search
* Text, Audio, and Video excerpt of Eleanor Roosevelt's Address to the United Nations on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
* Text, Audio, and Video excerpt of Eleanor Roosevelt's Address to the United Nations on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Empire of Liberty: A History of the Early Republic, 1789-1815 ( Oxford History of the United States ) ( 2009 ) excerpt and text search
The United States and Germany in the Era of the Cold War ( 2 vol 2004 ), 150 short essays by scholars covering 1945 – 1990 excerpt and text search vol 1 ; excerpt and text search vol 2
The Sixties: Cultural Transformation in Britain, France, Italy and the United States, c. 1958-c. 1974 ( 1998 ), international perspective excerpt and text search
United States Senator Edward Kennedy famously used an excerpt from the end of the poem, including " To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield ", in his speech to the 1980 Democratic National Convention.
Out to Work: A History of Wage-Earning Women in the United States ( 2003 ) excerpt and text search
The Jews of the United States, 1654-2000 ( 2006 ) excerpt and text search, standard scholarly history online edition
* Prucha, Francis P. The Great Father: The United States Government and the American Indians ( Abridged Edition 1986 ) excerpt and text search
: All participants in the war in Southeast Asia are petitioned to attend and present evidence, including Vietnam, Cambodia and the United States, as noted in this excerpt from the Tribunal's description of aims and intent:
At the height of the hard feelings in the spring of 1998, one of Krause's scouts went to press row in Chicago's United Center to explain to a reporter the insidious nature of Jackson's ego ( excerpt from the Phil Jackson biography Mindgames ).
*" On the Money: New Music Funding in the United States ", an excerpt concerning Jeanette M. Thurber
* Leffler, Melvyn P. For the Soul of Mankind: The United States, the Soviet Union, and the Cold War ( 2008 ) excerpt and text search
See the below excerpt from United States Copyright Law in regards to computer software.
An excerpt from Homestead Act-“ The purchaser shall acquire absolute title by the purchase, and be entitled to a patent from the United States, on payment of the office fees and sum of money …” Thirty-Seventh Congress, Session II.
This piece is played as a patriotic tune on Independence Day celebrations in the United States and features an excerpt of The Star-Spangled Banner.
In the following excerpt from the 18th-century United States Declaration of Independence ( 1776 ), the bold text identifies passive verbs ; italicized text identifies the one active verb ( hold ) and the copulative verb are:
Seeking a Role: The United Kingdom, 1951-1970 ( 2011 ) excerpt and text search ; Finding a Role?
: The United Kingdom 1970-1990 ( New Oxford History of England ) ( 2011 ) excerpt and text search

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