Definition of Topics
1. Noun. (plural of topic) ¹
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Definition of Topics
1. topic [n] - See also: topic
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Literary usage of Topics
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1. The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare (1903)
"The following questions and topics for short compositions have been taken from papers recently set for entrance into some of the leading American ..."
2. A History of Commerce by Clive Day (1907)
"QUESTIONS AND topics 1. Burdens from which French commerce and industry were ... Write a report on one of the following topics in French commerce about ..."
3. The Study of Cases: A Course of Instruction in Reading and Stating Reported by Eugene Wambaugh (1922)
"CHAPTER I. PRELIMINARY topics. §. The Purpose of the Volume: Law and Pact: ... The The cases in the second book are chiefly cases in which the topics found ..."
4. The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini by Benvenuto Cellini (1910)
"I spoke long upon these topics, and with the .. greater pleasure because I saw that his Excellency was deeply interested. LXX While I was thus pleasantly ..."
5. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1901)
"these pieces are in the humorous or satirical ' foibles, or a speculator, half playful and vein and deal with topics of the day ; but one, called 'The Ant's ..."
6. The Cambridge History of American Literature by William Peterfield Trent (1921)
"In the pre-Revolutionary period in America there were only a few economic topics that attracted any attention. These were agriculture, trade, taxation, ..."
7. Primitive Culture: Researches Into the Development of Mythology, Philosophy by Edward Burnett Tylor (1871)
"... of the evidence — Connexion of successive stages of culture by Permanence, Modification, and Survival— Principal topics examined in the present work. ..."
8. Second Course in Algebra by Walter Burton Ford, Charles Ammerman (1920)
"SECOND COURSE IN ALGEBRA PART I. REVIEW topics f CHAPTER I FUNDAMENTAL NOTIONS. Negative Numbers. In the First Course in Algebra it was shown how negative ..."