from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of scribe.
- n. Something scribed; an inscription.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Writing; marks or marking.
- n. In carpentry:
- n. Marking by rule or compass; also, the marks thus made.
- n. The adjustment of one piece of wood to another so that the fiber or grain of the one shall be at right angles to that of the other.
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The scribes who have done their duty have been doing a great job of listing the activities that we do in class, and Anne the scribe before this post, has taken "scribing" to the next level by also including the content of what we learned.
And, if I may be so immodest, I have some small renown as a fiction writer, so I might be suited to scribing such a history.
And so he forced his hands to stillness and executed his art upon the vessel he held, scribing the single symbol upon its side: Death.
The blowback from the greater scribing community - paid and unpaid - to the news a week ago that Aol would purchase the Huffington Post...
The blowback from the greater scribing community - paid and unpaid - to the news a week ago that Aol would purchase the Huffington Post for a reported $315 million has been striking.
Place your pen or pencil on the paper and begin writing for a minimum of five minutes (15 is better) without stopping or allowing your scribing utensil to leave the paper.
And as we dug deeper, we found clerical errors, we found misinterpretation of data, mis-scribing data - as we look from bridge to bridge.
You'll be scribing dirty words onto the walls of cublicles next.
Steven Zaillian is scribing the American screenplay.
There are 12 different Bloods (allegory for noble families), an excruciating number of different places and even more significant count of people – Ruckley mentions all of them casually during the beginning chapters, scribing them into every description and naming every minor character until the reader gets completely lost and is tempted to start skipping names altogether.
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