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Well, first of all, he would be a living man, and not an annotator of the past.

Theodore Hook, at that time a very young man, and the companion of the annotator in many wild frolics.

His knowledge of the science (as the annotator observes) could not have been very deep, for he was then but twenty-two.

But the character which the annotator gives as a model of panegyric, pleases us least of all.

The theme of the Trio is acclaimed by a German annotator as the reverse of the first motive of the symphony.

One feels that the annotator might just as well have written, "How perfect was the happiness which this poem recalls!"

Sir Francis Child, according to the annotator mentioned in a note to No. 4.

He retired and spent his two remaining years in a monastery; he was a student and annotator of Homer.

Pope asked Broome to make a digest for him of the notes of Eustathius, the 12th-century annotator of Homer.

Mansel, the editor and annotator of his "Lectures," has very distinctly and emphatically expressed his dissent.

WORD ORIGIN

1733, from Latin annotatus, past participle of annotare "to note down" (see annotation). Related: Annotated; annotating. Not in Johnson's "Dictionary," but used therein in defining comment. Form annote is recorded from mid-15c. Related: Annotated; annotating.

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