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  1. Nov 02,  · Directed by Guy Ferland. With Joe Mantegna, Paget Brewster, Shemar Moore, Matthew Gray Gubler. The BAU search California's Angeles National Forest after a number of bodies mysteriously turn up in the mountain lakes there. Also, Rossi struggles with an /10(3).
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  3. epilogue (n.) early 15c., from Middle French epilogue (13c.), from Latin epilogus, from Greek epilogos "a conclusion, conclusion of a speech, inference," from epi "upon, in addition" (see epi-) + logos "a speaking" (see -logy). Earliest English sense was theatrical.
  4. Jul 24,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Epilogue · Justin Hurwitz La La Land ℗ Summit Entertainment, LLC Released on: .
  5. The definition of an epilogue is something at the end of a play, movie or other creative work that provides a conclusion or commentary on what has occurred or come before. The speech an actor gives at the end of a play summing up all the action that has happened before is an example of an epilogue. YourDictionary definition and usage example.
  6. The term epilogue carries slightly different meanings in nondramatic and dramatic works. In the former, the epilogue is the conclusion or final part that serves typically to round out or complete the design of the work. In this context it is sometimes also called an afterword.
  7. epilogue (n.) early 15c., from Middle French epilogue (13c.), from Latin epilogus, from Greek epilogos "a conclusion, conclusion of a speech, inference," from epi "upon, in addition" (see epi-) + logos "a speaking" (see -logy).Earliest English sense was theatrical.
  8. a concluding part added to a literary work, as a novel. a speech, usually in verse, delivered by one of the actors after the conclusion of a play. the person speaking this.
  9. noun a concluding part added to a literary work, as a novel. a speech, usually in verse, delivered by one of the actors after the conclusion of a play. the person speaking this.

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