One of the main sections into which the text of a book is divided. (noun)
An administrative division of an organization, usually local to a specific area. (noun)
A sequence (of events), especially when presumed related and likely to continue. (noun)
To divide into chapters. (verb)
To put into a chapter. (verb)
To use administrative procedure to remove someone. (verb)
Examples of word chapter
$query3 = "SELECT recnum FROM basicinfo WHERE storyname = '$story_title' AND chapter = '$chapter' AND chapter_id = '$subchapter'";
It is also possible to navigate the message tree using a method on MbsElement (Listing getChild ( "XMLNSC"); $document = $xml - > getChild ( "document"); $chapter = $document - > getChild ( "chapter", 1); $title = $chapter - > getAttribute ( "title");
The story is called â€œThe Longest Nightâ€ and the title chapter is â€œAwakeâ€.
The title chapter of this book is unusual for its tone of prescriptiveness; Mr. Phillips becomes with this book a prophet of originality.
It's not often that a book makes me late for drinks with a friend, but I was in the middle of the title chapter of Anne DeGrace's latest novel