I think The Ghost Writer, with its combination of concision and daring and wild ambition, might be a perfect novel.
Lachs writes with clarity and concision—admirable concision, considering how unwieldy university press offerings tend to be.
The following transcript has been lightly edited for clarity and concision.
concision does not alone explain this, it may be noticed in other plays of the Norwegian.
Beware of the dogs, beware of the evil workers, beware of the concision: 3.
Both phases remind us of the "concision" of Paul's later letters.
Beware of dogs: beware of evil workers: beware of the concision.
He is a magician, spectral at times, yet his songs have the homely lyric fervour and concision of Robert Burns.
For concision, picturesqueness and concreteness, this narrative is not excelled in all literature.
Keep an eye on the dogs, on the evil workers, on the concision.
(Gr. katatome; i.e., "mutilation"), a term used by Paul contemptuously of those who were zealots for circumcision (Phil. 3:2). Instead of the warning, "Beware of the circumcision" (peritome) i.e., of the party who pressed on Gentile converts the necessity of still observing that ordinance, he says, "Beware of the concision;" as much as to say, "This circumcision which they vaunt of is in Christ only as the gashings and mutilations of idolatrous heathen."