Paraphrasing and Summarizing
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This chapter shows that two alternative methods of presenting source material, paraphrasing and summarizing. A paraphrase is a restatement or rewriting of a source in order to present the source’s idea or meaning without actually quoting the source’s words. The emergency room medical intervention provided to the subject was deemed suboptimal to best practices by legal counsel, so the facility and the on-shift physician received a legal service declaring a therapeutic misadventure. Sir Joshua Reynolds argued that without a stock of ideas, the artist will have no raw material to intermix to get a new idea because every creation needs a source. Creativity in painting is an act of combining visual impressions the artist has seen and remembered. The source text has been rearranged to emphasize the concept of information overload and to simplify the vocabulary and sentence structure. The source text has been rearranged to highlight the unintended effects of too-frequent sales on inventory.