[ UK /ˌænə‍ʊtˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /ˌænəˈteɪʃən/ ]
  1. a comment or instruction (usually added)
    his notes were appended at the end of the article
    he added a short notation to the address on the envelope
  2. the act of adding notes
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How To Use annotation In A Sentence

  • However, the constraints of HTML and web browser technology prevent the reader from personalizing the files, although we have provided readers with a simple search engine, and some indexing and annotation.
  • In addition, while some of the images are repeated to support reiteration in the text, in their second incarnation they often lack any annotation at all.
  • Concerning the imbalance of the data set used in image annotation, a new self-balancing model based on external database was proposed.
  • I think it needs more in the way of paraphrase and/or annotation, which I hope Oxford University Press's forthcoming version of Durr's book on the cantatas will provide.
  • Not all annotations and marginal notes were politically motivated or denominationally influenced.
  • It is suggestive how the Armorican tradition seems to manifest itself, either directly or indirectly, in nearly all the "Lives" of the Saint which are considered the best; in St. Fiacc's, in the annotations of the Scholiast, in the "Tripartite Life," in the Fourth "Life," and in the Fifth by Probus. Bolougne-Sur-Mer St. Patrick's Native Town
  • Unique PROSITE domains without INTERPRO annotations were ignored; these include low complexity regions such as proline-rich, serine-rich or glutamine-rich regions. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • His annotations to this CD proudly point out the Cs, C sharps, and Ds that he must sing.
  • This is a CD-R, and the packaging is minimalist, although there are annotations (on the inlay card, not in a booklet).
  • The inclusion of so many annotations does not sit easily with the view that these books were commissioned from professional copyists.
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