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Abstract

A brief summary at the beginning of an article, paper, or presentation. Abstracts are commonly associated with academia; for example, an economics professor may attach an abstract to a publication. However, it may also be used with a business presentation.
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Brown & Day, 1983) have focused on the art of text summarization or on the skills needed by a good abstractor (e.
With the expansion of the abstractor network, SmartProp's turn time for abstractor-based searches will be shortened to 48 -- 72 hours.
Out of that fire in Chicago you started to see more standardization in how abstractors went to the public records, followed up and issued title commitments, which basically is a title report showing liens, encumbrances and problems with the title.
For this study, nurse abstractors collected 104 data items on 2,231 randomly selected emergency psychiatric patients treated in the EDs.
OS Abstractor APIs give users the ability to effectively develop code independent of the underlying OS to protect software investment and to easily expand support to multiple operating systems.
National Association of Land Title Examiners and Abstractors 7490 Eagle Rd.
It is therefore essential that abstractors are familiar with all aspects of property legislation.
Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman said: "Farmers, water companies and other abstractors have worked really hard over the summer to help keep our rivers flowing and head off any threat of hosepipe bans.
The abstracts, which may range from a few words to a lengthy paragraph, are in English; the list of abstractors includes twenty-eight international scholars.
based Siemens Healthcare) without depending on interventions by abstractors to pull information from charts.
It also examines abstract characteristics, required background for abstractors, and related subjects.
Bob Edwards, senior environment officer for the northern area, said: "We worked closely with North Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Welsh Water and other water abstractors to ensure drinking water abstractions were not put at risk.