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- adj. Simple past tense and past participle of script.
- adj. Planned.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. written as for a film or play or broadcast
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These were molten chocolate and cayenne-pepper masterpieces, and each one was topped with a name scripted in edible gold leaf.
Does anyone really want to see Palin "scripted" again?
New shows like Modern Family, Community, Glee, Flash Forward, Cougar Town are restoring my hope in scripted TV!
I worry that the current Democratic positions are more scripted from the top, and from special interests.
Tank just cruised on over the edge … reminded me of certain scripted things from FC2 …
Mark records 5-10 min scripted screencasts of key general chemistry concepts in his office alone while I record my entire organic chemistry lectures.
That the Sci-Fi Channel's parent network, NBC, recently aired an edited-down version of the original 2003 "Galactica" miniseries is further evidence both of the quality of this show specifically as well as fresh interest from broadcasters in scripted series in general, and in sci-fi as a genre in particular.
Davydenko admits that it is an honour to have his name scripted on Masters Cup
Pointing to the huge trophy set beside him, Davydenko admitted that it was an honour to have his name scripted next to other big stars such as Pete Sampras and Roger Federer.
Well, I did try and it didn´t work: the death you are talking about seems to be scripted from the moment the conversation starts, so no matter how fast you react the other guy is already dead even if no shots are made: (
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