4 edition of Concision and precision found in the catalog.
Concision and precision
Alfred W. Gaudron
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Alfred W. Gaudron ; illustrated by the author.|
|LC Classifications||PS3557.A946 C66 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||94206434|
He writes with precision, concision and wit, and can always be relied upon to stay faithful to the Bible, and to connect intelligently to modern culture. ‘Visual Theology’ is a large format, entry level Christology with an accessible style and lots of colourful diagrams (infographics, in some cases)/5. Writing: Precision — Harder example Our mission is to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. Khan Academy is a (c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Now we move onto the actual writing itself. Two key characteristics of professional technical communication are that it is precise and concise. This precision and concision must be evident at all levels, from the overall document, to paragraphing, to sentence structure to . Concision has also been described as "eliminat[ing] words that take up space without saying much." Simple examples include replacing "due to the fact that " with "because" or "at this point in time" with "now" or "currently."An example sentence, with explanation: "It is a fact that most arguments must try to convince readers, that is the audience, that the arguments are true.".
In media studies, concision is a form of broadcast media censorship by limiting debate and discussion of important topics on the rationale of time allotment.. Media critics such as Noam Chomsky contend that this practice, especially on commercial broadcasts with advertising, encourages broadcasters to exclude people and ideas that they judge cannot conform to the time limits of a particular. Demonstrate effective language use through ensuring precision and concision in word choice and maintaining consistency in style and tone. Conventions of Standard English (51–56%) The questions in this category require students to apply an understanding of the conventions of standard English grammar, usage, and mechanics to revise and edit text.
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Theology and the End of Doctrine manages to cover a lot of important terrain in short compass. It is bereft of the kind of jargon that often weighs-down theology (and philosophy) discourse, making it an exceedingly rich, but not dense, text with which to engage.
As such it stands as a genuine triumph of concision and precision. Concision; Eliminating Words; Changing Phrases; Avoid Common Pitfalls; Paramedic Method; Reverse Paramedic Method; Adding Emphasis. Visual-Textual Devices; Punctuation Marks; Choice and Arrangement; Sentence And Clause Arrangement; Sentence Variety.
Variation; Sentence Types; For Short, Choppy Sentences; For Repeated Subjects or Topics; Similar Sentence Patterns or Rhythms. Concision In Style, Precision In Thought, Decision In Life Victor Hugo who coined this phrase, is a name known to many people. Some people will know what he accomplished and others have just remembered the name or maybe because they had read one of his books or seen a film adaptation.
Concision and Precision. Concision is a deliberate brevity achieved by the writer in order to communicate clearly, accurately and directly the purpose of the piece of writer’s intention should be to express the point on hand in as few words as necessary and as appropriately as possible.
For Lily King, a Great Book Always Starts With the Sentences. Credit Jillian Tamaki. and now I respond more to concision and precision and spare, efficient, stripped-down prose. In the verse Paul exhorts us to beware of three things—dogs, evil workers, and the concision.
The fact that there is no conjunction in this verse indicates that these three things refer to one kind of person, a person who is a dog, an evil worker, and part of the concision.
The best way to achieve clarity and concision in writing is to separate the drafting process from the revision process.
Highly effective writers routinely produce vague, tortuous, and bloated drafts, and are happy to do so. It usually means that they’re onto an interesting : Amy Guptill. CONCISION. kon-sizh'-un (katatome, "mutilation," "cutting"): A term by which Paul contemptuously designates the merely fleshly circumcision upon which the Judaizers insisted as being necessary for Gentileconverts (Philippians ), as distinguished from peritome, the true circumcision (Philippians ).
Concision. Concision. Conciseness is using only the words needed to Express ideas. It aims to strengthen the connection by eliminating redundancy, without losing essential information.
Concision has been described as one of the fundamental principles of writing. Corresponding to the concept of brevity the opposite of verbosity. Then consider concision. Wikipedia’s lengthy definition of concision is, “the art and practice of using no more words than necessary to convey an idea.
It aims to improve the effectiveness of communication by eliminating redundancy without omitting important information.”. We explain Precision and Concision with video tutorials and quizzes, using our Many Ways(TM) approach from multiple teachers.
This lesson teaches the meaning and value of being precise and concise when writing and editing. Concision = Precision One element of concise writing is eliminating redundancies. Cut away. a distance of ten yards 2. a myriad of sources 3. absolute guarantee 4. absolutely essential 5. absolutely sure 6.
actual experience, past experience 7. added bonus 8. add an additional 9. advance planning, advance notice, advance warning, advance reservations. Concision is New Zealand’s leading off-site manufacturer of panelised and modular components for the building construction industry.
We combine world-class factories with precision digital technology – from leading German company Weinmann – to deliver off-site manufacturing (OSM) systems and solutions around New Zealand ready for on-site. Book titles, because they are compromises between concision and precision, provide but an approximate description of real content.
For this book an al ternative and more comprehensive title would be: An investigation of spatial arbitrage as an introduction to the theory of commodity markets: trade and space-time patterns of price fluctuations. The fundamental concept today is: concision is precision.
By that, we mean that the fewer words a writer uses, the clearer his or her writing is. By that, we mean that the fewer words a writer uses, the clearer his or her writing is.
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The book is easy to use and can be read in just a few hours. Most bookstores sell it for about ten bucks, and if there’s one style handbook that most of your professors probably have, this is it. Scientists and engineers recommend and use this book, because it covers the elements of.
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Megan Leftwich ([email protected]) In this section, we will practice sentence-level revision strategies. Drawing from technical writing scholarship, students will work through a wide range ofLocation: Washington, DC 'The True Circumcision' Part 4 [video: ?v=4C1FH5iae3U&feature=] [Audio:.
This lesson illustrates seven principles for writing concisely, also discussing concision, revision, metadiscourse, hedges, and intensifiers.At last, direct from the trenches, here's the book technical editors have been waiting for.
Unlike other guides which review grammar and spelling—but don't address the special challenges of technical editing—this lively, practical book deals with the real-world problems, issues, and decisions that face technical editors and this book you'll get tips for preparing a style guide Cited by: Concision definition is - a cutting up or off.
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