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How to add a section* to the list of contents, but without giving it a number? [duplicate]

I have several section* 's in my LaTex text. But I only want the first one (abstract) to appear in the list of contents, although without a number. All the other section* 's are just a few ...
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Subdividing structured abstracts

I am trying to produce a structured abstract, i.e. with subdivisions. For that purpose, the \paragraph command would produce the perfect output since I would like no line break after the subtitle of ...
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Chapter title and abstract in the same page

I'm writing a report and I need to write an abstract for the chapter after the chapter title in the same page. How can I do this?
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Format abstracts as unnumbered chapters

I'm writing master thesis and working on LaTeX template for the successors ... The standard of the university requires abstract in every language to be formed as unnumbered Chapter: ...
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How can I add abstract and acknowledgement pages into the table of contents?

I followed Mike's solution from my first question: Roman numeral page numbering My next question is how to add entries (for the abstract and acknowledgements pages) into the table of contents.
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In memoir, can I number abstracts as sections in the toc?

I'm writing up my thesis right now, using memoir, and I have a problem with abstracts. Each chapter - besides the intro and conclusion - is an article published in a journal, and has its own abstract ...
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An 'abstract' at the start of every chapter?

I am using the book document class and what I would like to do is to have a abstract like text at the start of every chapter (in smaller font outlining what will happen in the chapter, etc.). I don't ...
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How to create acknowledgements in the report class?

I'm using LaTeX and like to create an acknowledgement section using the report class such that is looks like the abstract and comes after it.