In an excerpt from The Age of the Unthinkable, Joshua Cooper Ramo argues both organizations draw the best minds of a generation.
The above is an excerpt from his new memoir, The Archbishop Wore Combat Boots with Nancy Collins and Peter Finney Jr.
Read an excerpt of a new memoir by Virigina Tech professor Lucinda Roy.
In an excerpt from 'What We Won,' the story of Abdul Rashid Dostum.
I included this caveat both in the book and in the excerpt that ran in New York magazine last week.
Here is the excerpt: 'Persecution belongs not, strictly speaking, to the Church.
Grenfell and Hunt date the Gospel, from which it is an excerpt, about 200.
An excerpt from the rather ponderous blue book will tell us.
Mark the adjectives in this excerpt and use them in sentences of your own.
To this extent the persona must be considered an excerpt of the collective psyche, and also a component of the collective psyche.
1630s, from Latin excerptum "an extract, selection," noun use of neuter past participle of excerpere (see excerpt (v.)). Related: excerpts.