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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
  
Alignment is the task of making explicit the close relationship between two or more texts. Many alignments are of a source and its translation, but alignment can also include paraphrase, quotation, and allusion. The projects listed under this category have made alignment a central part of their annotative activity.
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'''Alignment''' is the task of making explicit the close relationship between two or more texts. Many alignments are of a source and its translation, but alignment can also include paraphrase, quotation, and allusion. The projects listed under this category have made alignment a central part of their annotative activity.

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Alignment is the task of making explicit the close relationship between two or more texts. Many alignments are of a source and its translation, but alignment can also include paraphrase, quotation, and allusion. The projects listed under this category have made alignment a central part of their annotative activity.

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