追伸, 二伸, 追って書き, 後記, 後書き, 付言, 付足し, 付け足し, 奥書き
Noun(1) a note appended to a letter after the signature(2) textual matter that is added onto a publication; usually at the end
(1) In chapter 9 and in the postscript , the authors take on the use of genetics to prove that some races are inherently more intelligent than others and thoroughly debunk these approaches.(2) As a postscript to my travels, I thought I'd leave you with some Top Fives from Europe.(3) He adds a characteristically aw-shucks postscript : ├ö├ç├┐I have no way of justifying what I do, no temporal defence at all.├ö├ç├û(4) As a postscript your readers may have noticed that this individual has been allowed to have two letters published in the same edition, although she describes herself differently in each letter.(5) It describes a foundering civilisation, soon to be overrun, with the obligatory postscript from a future archaeologist noting that the ruins sit upon evidence of yet another culture.(6) Just as a postscript : According to the newspapers the whole country has been on a ├ö├ç├┐go slow├ö├ç├û with regard to Christmas spending this year so one would imagine that Settle is no exception.(7) The postscript to this anecdote is that I sat at the very same table on another occasion, around the same time, with my brother and a friend of my brother's (whose name I can't remember).(8) A postscript to my post on US treatment of North Korea yesterday.(9) The letter was followed by a postscript that reiterated: ├ö├ç├┐We are convinced and satisfied with the explanation of the Editorial Board.├ö├ç├û(10) My tongue-in-cheek postscript admits that I don't know everything about this band, that there's more to the story, and throws in a few cheap shots.(11) as a postscript to this, Paul did finally marry(12) But there is a postscript still waiting to be made.(13) I had considered deleting this post altogether - and perhaps this would still be a good idea - but, since other blogs had linked to it, decided instead to add this postscript .(14) However, there was a chilling postscript to the event which shows just how close they were to being in the wrong place at the wrong time.(15) As part of a postscript to all of this, her boyfriend says he's forgiven her in his heart.(16) Walsingham's spies discovered that she was secretly corresponding with a group of Catholic plotters and, having intercepted her letters, they forged a postscript in her hand asking for the identities of those involved.
(1) post script :: ポストスクリプト
1. afterthought ::
2. addendum ::
Different Formspostscript, postscripts
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