#123979. Asked by darksplash. (Oct 23 11 1:12 PM)
Not automatically, no. A contradiction in terms or oxymoron contends that the 2 parts are incompatible (sometiomes jokingly).
So yes in the sense that a summary is a precis and therefore cannot be 'full' as in the full version of whatever the summary shortens. But no in the sense that a summary, if correctly written, is indeed full within the boundaries of what it is supposed to do - ie summarize.
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