Those words are an abridgment and paraphrase of this assessment by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Every abridgment of ceremony has a tendency to lower refinement by introducing that sans-gne which is fatal to good manners.
An abridgment of the work, for popular use, is published by Nisbet & Co.
The principal work of Epiphanius is the Panarion, or treatise on heresies, of which he also wrote an abridgment.
Which of the plates of Nephi did Mormon include with his own abridgment?
Philip Ralegh, Sir Walter's grandson, in 1698 printed an abridgment.
Behold, they have only got a part or an abridgment of the account of Nephi.
He also quoted 1st Blackstone, p. 374, and Viner's abridgment, vol.
Behold, they have only got a part, or an abridgment of the account of Nephi.
The work of Enfield is based on Brucker, or is rather an abridgment.