A section of copy taken out of an article, enlarged or set in a different type, and inserted back into the article.
a small piece of text pulled from the main text and set off in larger type or boxed for emphasis.
Another name for liftout quote.
a short quotation used as a graphic device to summarize surrounding material and draw attention to it
In magazine publishing (and occasionally elsewhere), a small extract of text is pulled from a story or article and set off from the main text, often in a larger point size and/or different typeface, and may be surrounded by a border or rule. Often used for emphasis. None Defined.
A quotation from an article, sometimes edited for brevity, displayed in larger type as a figure to the body of the article. (Also "pull quote.")
Short excerpts from text that are enlarged and set off from the page with boxes or lines. These are used for emphasis or to fit text copy into columns. Also called a breakout or blurb. Back to Previous Page
A sentence or phrase excerpted from the body copy and set in large type, used to break up running text and draw the reader's attention to the page. Also known as a blurb, breakout, or callout.
A compelling and provocative quote from a source that is "pulled" from the running text of an article and featured as display type.
One or more quotes from an article that are given more prominent display. [ edit] S-Z
a brief phrase (not necessarily an actual quotation) from the body text, enlarged and set off from the text with rules, a box, and/or a screen. It is from a part of the text set previously, and is set in the middle of a paragraph, to add emphasis and interest.
A short excerpt from a magazine story used to attract a reader's attention by setting it in larger-than-normal type size.