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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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It has several possible dimensions: the individual abstractor may impose his/her own review of quality before submitting the abstract for further processing, the abstractor's work may later be checked by an editor or senior abstractor before publication, and readers may apply their own quality checks relating to the intelligibility of the abstract and its value in predicting the relevance of the original item to their own interests.
is continuing its enforcement activity to ensure abstractors comply with their licences to help minimise the impact on the environment.
For example, a lot of my team members are Certified Abstractors and have participated successfully in our Contract for Deed Program and are able to list these credentials in their profile.
It also examines abstract characteristics, required background for abstractors, and related subjects.
Data abstractors may miss data because information has been documented in a different place in some records than in others.
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."