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above appearing earlier in the same text. [1/9 definitions]
again used to emphasize an idea that one has earlier expressed in the same conversation, speech, or text. [1/5 definitions]
annotation an explanatory or critical note added to a text; commentary. [1/2 definitions]
append to add, esp. as something extra at the end of a text. [1/2 definitions]
appendix a section with additional material, often bibliographical or statistical, attached at the end of a book, article, or other text. [1/3 definitions]
ascription a prayer or text in praise of or attributing glory to a deity. [1/2 definitions]
asterisk a sign (*) used to indicate a footnote, an omission, or a break in the text, and for various other purposes. [1/2 definitions]
asterism in printing, three asterisks arranged in a triangle, used to call attention to a passage of text. [1/2 definitions]
Bible (l.c.) any book or text that is considered authoritative or official. [1/3 definitions]
bibliography a descriptive list of source materials used in preparing a written work, often referred to in the body of the text. [1/4 definitions]
bullet a printed dot or other graphic character, usu. one in a series, placed before a list item, a point, or other piece of text to draw attention to or emphasize it. [1/2 definitions]
cantata a musical composition for chorus, soloists, and instruments, based on a sacred text, poem, or play, and similar to but shorter than an oratorio.
canticle a song or chant, esp. a nonmetrical hymn of worship with words taken from a Biblical text.
carbon paper very thin paper coated on one side with carbon or a dark waxy pigment, that is placed between two sheets of paper and produces a copy on the lower sheet of text that is written or typed on the upper.
caret an editorial sign (^) that indicates where an insertion is to be made in a text.
censor to delete or omit (part of a written text or other medium) as a censor. [1/6 definitions]
cloze of, pertaining to, or being a measure of reading comprehension or language acquisition in which a learner is asked to supply words that are missing from a text. Such words will have been systematically deleted and typically range across various parts of speech. [1/2 definitions]
comment an explanatory or critical note added to a written text. [2/8 definitions]
copy one of the printed reproductions of an original text, score, or photograph. [1/8 definitions]
copywriter one who writes text for publication or broadcast, esp. for advertisements.
corrupt to make alterations, usu. errors, in the original or correct version of (a text, language, or the like). [1/11 definitions]