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  Ellipsis: Lease Management Solutions
Ellipsis is a lease management application that standardizes and streamlines the lease abstracting process and automates the administration and management of time sensitive lease data.
Ellipsis is a user-friendly application that maximizes the flow of critical lease information throughout the property life cycle.
Ellipsis eliminates redundancy and enhances uniformity of lease abstracting and standardizes the administration and management of critical dates by allowing financial and non-financial lease data to flow through a company without any barriers.
www.ellipsissoftware.com   (201 words)

In printing and writing, an ellipsis (plural: ellipses) is a row of three dots (...) or asterisks (* * *) indicating an intentional omission.
Ellipsis can also used to indicate a pause in speech, or be used at the end of a sentence to indicate a trailing off into silence.
An ellipsis is also a rhetorical figure of speech, the omission of a word or words required by strict grammatical rules but not by sense.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/el/Ellipsis.html   (336 words)

 Website Design and Development - Ellipsis Media
Ellipsis Media, the South London based digital design and new media consultancy, has built and relaunched a website, for the BMS Group, the worlds’ 9th largest reinsurance broker.
Ellipsis Media was responsible for building a total solution including an Internet site, Intranet and Extranet, incorporating the newly developed BMS brand across all parts of the BMS group.
The www.bmsgroup.com site was required to hold a vast amount of information for each group company, bringing together their separate pages under the one identity, whilst at the same time, providing internal and external visitors with an effective tool that could easily and quickly locate the chosen company and appropriate personnel.
www.ellipsis-media.co.uk /news/internal_news/171.asp   (1007 words)

 FictionPress.Com : Profile : Ellipsis   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ellipsis has also decided that as a service to whichever poor soul was bored enough to read this, she would provide links to well-written fanfics that have somehow slipped beneath the radar of most readers.
Ellipsis would like to state that Tolkien is the Master, that his world is magnificent, and that she is PROUD to be called a "Canon-thumping purist" She believes that when writing fanfic, it is important to respect the characterizations, plots, timelines, languages, SPELLINGS (yes, this is a pet peeve.
Ellipsis hopes that her fics reflect her statements, because she does not want to be a bloody hypocrite.
www.fictionpress.com /~ellipsis   (610 words)

 "The Ellipsis"
The ellipsis is used to indicate the omission of words in the middle of a quoted sentence or the omission of sentences within a quoted paragraph.
The ellipsis can consist of either three or four periods, or "dots." A single dot is called an ellipsis point.
Notice that with the terminal ellipsis, we put no space between the first ellipsis point and the last word in the quoted text: The constitution states that council members will forfeit their seats if they miss “three or more consecutive meetings of the council.
www.getitwriteonline.com /archive/101805.htm   (869 words)

 The Ellipsis
The ellipsis consists of three evenly spaced dots (periods) with spaces between the ellipsis and surrounding letters or other marks.
If words are left off at the end of a sentence, and that is all that is omitted, indicate the omission with ellipsis marks (preceded and followed by a space) and then indicate the end of the sentence with a period ….
The ellipsis should be regarded as one unit and should not be broken at the end of a line.
grammar.ccc.commnet.edu /grammar/marks/ellipsis.htm   (691 words)

 Wayne's Microsoft Blog : Ellipsis
An ellipsis can be useful to have in a diagram:
RichB, I use the ellipsis in writing too.
But now that I'm such a heavy Word user, I've come to rely on Word auto-correcting my "..." (period-period-period) into an ellipsis, which is interesting only because I hated that feature when it first came out.
blogs.msdn.com /waynekao/archive/2004/03/31/104612.aspx   (386 words)

 3.5 - Ellipsis   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The ellipsis produces the effect of a long pause, indicating you have left something out.
When using an ellipsis in the middle of your sentence, leave a space before and after each of the three periods.
When the ellipsis at the end of your sentence is followed by a parenthetical reference, remember that a period must follow the parenthetical reference.
www.ucalgary.ca /UofC/eduweb/grammar/course/punctuation/3_5.htm   (214 words)

When placing an ellipsis in the middle of a quotation to indicate the omission of material, use three points with spaces before and after the ellipsis.
When placing an ellipsis at the end of a quotation to indicate the omission of material, use four points -- a three-point ellipsis and a period.
United States, 249 U.S. In the preceding example, the ellipsis indicates that some material -- it could be a whole sentence and the beginning of the next sentence, or just the beginning of the next sentence -- has been omitted in the midst of the quoted material.
www.kentlaw.edu /academics/lrw/grinker/LwtaEllipses.htm   (1097 words)

 Ellipsis.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Occurrences of ellipsis in the corresponding English translations were counted but they were not broken down by category nor were the texts marked up.
In the 6 dialogs we found 375 cases of ellipsis, 135 of which were ellipted nominals, 39 of which were ellipted verbals, 97 of which were ellipted prepositional or adverbial phrases, and 104 of which were ellipted clauses of one sort or another.
In the 11 news articles we found 51 cases of ellipsis, 43 of which were ellipted nominals, 2 of which were ellipted verbals, and 6 of which were ellipted clauses.
crl.nmsu.edu /Research/Projects/artwork/node7.html   (426 words)

 Ellipsis   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Where an Ellipsis is wrongly supplied, or not supplied at all, the words of the Text have to be very freely translated in order to make sense, and their literal meaning is sometimes widely departed from.
Complex: where the two clauses are mutually involved, and the Ellipsis in the former clause is to be supplied from the latter, and at the same time an Ellipsis in the latter clause is to be supplied from the former.
The context supplies the Ellipsis, for the subject is the deception of God’s people by the false prophets; and the covering and veiling of verse 18 corresponds to the daubing and coating of verse 14, etc., i.e.
www.biblebob.net /Genesis/B_Ellipsis.htm   (11219 words)

 Adobe - Developer Center : What Is the Significance of Ellipsis?
One of the reasons that made Ellipsis necessary in the first place was that we had lost some touch and focus with our current customers, and as a result, the quality and direction of Flash suffered.
At that time, the plan was for Ellipsis to include about 10 bug fixes, with the focus on documentation and on getting Ellipsis out the door so that we could concentrate our resources on 8Ball.
If you happened to be on the list of beta testers for Ellipsis, then you probably also noticed a change in attitude—the Flash team interaction has more frequently taken direction from the beta testers on what additional issues needed to be addressed in Ellipsis.
www.adobe.com /devnet/flash/articles/context_print.html   (1798 words)

 Mission Assurance Corporation
Ellipsis also brings the capability to scale to dramatic size with sophisticated policy, security and data integrity and a low-cost integration and development model.
Ellipsis is made of mobile remote agent systems that are forward-deployed into supply chain centers near readers.
The core architecture of the Ellipsis product originated as a project by the operator of the largest global Internet and data backbone to enable real-time management of every single router, switch and communications device in their network.
www.missionassurance.com /products_ellipsis.html   (1238 words)

 Wende Bartley: Claire-voie: track detail - electrocd.com — electroacoustic & beyond   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ellipsis is a work for female singer and tape which seeks to embody a ritual celebration of spiritual power, rooted in the ancient traditions of lunar mythology.
Ellipsis continues in the ancient tradition of associating stages of growth with the three lunar phases and creates another three-fold story of woman, chronicling the spiritual and psychological empowerment of woman’s collective consciousness as it has evolved through time: The Age of Darkness, Creating a New Space, and The Age of Resonance.
Ellipsis was originally written in 1989 for electric string quartet, voice, tape and dance and was completed with the assistance of an Explorations grant from the Canada Council [for the Arts]; it premiered on November 10th, 1989 during the >convergence<
www.electrocd.com /cat.e/imed_9414.pis.html   (1268 words)

 Ellipsis Biotherapeutics
The founders and staff of Ellipsis have extensive expertise in genetics, gene discovery and genetic association studies.
Ellipsis currently uses the Beckman Coulter GenomeLab SNPstream and the Illumina Beadstation as its primary genotyping platforms.
The scientists at Ellipsis are available to assist in any area of SNP selection — from advice on how to generate an informative SNP panel, to what types of SNPs to use for a particular study, or even assistance in identifying SNPs from genomic regions via public and proprietary SNP databases.
www.ellipsisbio.com /services/faq.html   (881 words)

 Ellipsis - Punctuation - Writing - Study Skills   (Site not responding. Last check: )
An ellipsis indicates that words have been left out of the material that you have quoted.
It is sometimes necessary to leave out words or lines in a quoted passage for reasons of relevance (to your point) or length.
The most important consideration when using an ellipsis is to ensure that you do not alter the intended meaning of the original material.
learnline.cdu.edu.au /studyskills/wr/wr_pu_el.html   (208 words)

In English the ellipsis is often used as an indication to show any omitted word or other text.
You'll often see an ellipsis in file names and commands on a computer to indicate the full file name or command is not being displayed.
Additional information about inserting a ellipsis into a word processor such as Microsoft Word can be found on document CH000886.
www.computerhope.com /jargon/e/ellipsis.htm   (172 words)

 ELLIPSIS New Album Out in Novembre 2006
Ellipsis was born in fall 1996… Without any compromise, these talented musicians have always managed to improve and expend with their musicianship, to create a unique sound of their own.
Their debut concept-album, Comastory, was released in 2003… Thanks to the success of this release, the band was able to support Sweden famous act, Opeth, for the french dates of their European Tour.
This allowed the band to make a stir on the metal scene and Ellipsis started to make a name of themselves not only in their area and homeland but also worldwide.
www.ellipsis-music.com /html/bio.htm   (357 words)

 MySpace.com - ELLIPSIS - FR - Metal / Progressive / Experimental - www.myspace.com/ellipsisimperialtzadik
MySpace.com - ELLIPSIS - FR - Metal / Progressive / Experimental - www.myspace.com/ellipsisimperialtzadik
Ellipsis : weird music for schizos, some might say...
Also, there was a plan to make my long time friend Emmanuelson from the excellent band Ellipsis (www.
www.myspace.com /ellipsisimperialtzadik   (1043 words)

 Ellipsis Marks | Punctuation Rules
If words are omitted at the end of a quoted sentence, use ellipsis marks followed by the necessary ending punctuation mark.
If sentences are omitted between other sentences within a quotation, use ellipsis marks after the ending punctuation mark of the preceding sentence.
The second set of ellipsis marks in the above example is used where words within the quoted sentence have been omitted.
www.grammarbook.com /punctuation/ellipse.asp   (366 words)

 Adobe - Developer Center : What Is the Significance of Ellipsis?
The documentation included with Ellipsis is a massive update that includes new chapters, twice as many code samples, and complete rewrites of a couple of chapters.
Ellipsis continues the work done in 7.0.1 by making Flash an all around more solid tool.
We knew that we would not be able to fix all of these issues in Ellipsis.
www.adobe.com /devnet/flash/articles/context.html   (1014 words)

 Ellipsis - Uncyclopedia
The first dot in the ellipsis was invented by Yakov Smirnoff after viewing pornography for the onethousandth threehundred and thirty-third time.
The second dot of the ellipsis represents the second pard of the essense of meaning, "Drinking until your piss is 90% alchohol".
When someone has all three of the dots of the ellipsis united, he can create beautiful women with huge racks at will.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Ellipsis   (277 words)

 The Ellipsis   (Site not responding. Last check: )
First, the ellipsis is used to show that some material has been omitted from the middle of a direct quotation.
Second, the ellipsis is used to show that a sentence has been left unfinished.
This second usage is more typical of journalistic prose than of formal writing; excepting only when you are citing a direct quotation which seems to require it, you should generally avoid the ellipsis in formal writing.
www.cogs.susx.ac.uk /doc/punctuation/node40.html   (159 words)

 CTAN: directory: /tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/ellipsis
Directory: CTAN home / tex-archive/ macros/ latex/ contrib/ ellipsis
There is a problem in the way LaTeX handles ellipses: it always puts a tiny bit more space after \dots in text mode than before it, which often results in the ellipsis being off-center when set between two other things.
Note: this listing is regenerated periodically so there is a small chance that the directory has changed; to be sure, check the FTP listing.
www.ctan.org /tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/ellipsis   (135 words)

 Brandon Fuller | MT-Ellipsis: A Movable Type Filter
This filter is used to trim and add an ellipsis … to a given string published from Movable Type.
If the string is less than the given length, the string remains unchanged.
In this simple example, we add the ellipsis filter to a comment string to chop the comment body down to seventy characters.
brandon.fuller.name /archives/hacks/mtellipsis   (797 words)

 Does the ellipsis site have internal structure?
Grinder and Postal (1971) argued that VP Ellipsis must involve a syntactic deletion rule, on the basis of sentences containing ellipsis and a pronoun which (apparently) had no antecedent on the surface.
If quantifiers and deictics license pragmatically controlled ellipsis, then their ellipsis sites should have no internal structure, and thus we will not expect them to be able to host antecedents for pronouns.
Surprisingly, there is not evidence for internal structure in those cases of NP ellipsis involving a stranded or lone quantifier or deictic, which seem to be pragmatically controlled.
www.theory.org /~matt/dpe_tree/html/node4.html   (1364 words)

 Ellipsis Development Team
They have come to understand the deficiencies in technology for assimilating and presenting lease data, which currently exists in the real estate industry and developed Ellipsis to bridge this gap.
Originally intended as a lease management application for internal use, Ellipsis has been developed due to the high degree of acceptance and positive feedback from clients and industry leaders.
Development, usage and internal support of Ellipsis has been continual during the past 4 years, during which time, improvements, modifications and upgrades have been made in order to bring the best possible product to market.
www.ellipsissoftware.com /aboutrl.asp   (192 words)

 PRESS RELEASE DNAPrint genomics to Acquire Ellipsis Biotherapeutics   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Under terms of the agreement, Ellipsis is selling these core assets for 6,500,000 shares of DNAPrint genomics common stock.
Pending completion of DNAPrint due diligence and Ellipsis shareholder approval, the transaction is expected to be completed by Nov. 30, 2005.
Ellipsis is located in downtown Toronto adjacent to the academic health science complex and major teaching hospitals.
www.marketwire.com /mw/release_html_b1?release_id=101183   (586 words)

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