Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A writer; scribe.
“There was a notary, sometimes called the scriptor curie Vasconie, who was the head of the seneschals secretariat and "keeper of the rolls and papers of his sénéchaussée," but Chaplais does not describe an enrollment process for the seneschals business.”
“Indeed, the "modern writer" - or "scriptor" as Barthes calls him - can only mimic "a gesture forever anterior, never original" by recombining what has already been written.”
“Caveat scriptor ... storm_grant has a link to the query project: Fourteen writers share queries that got them an editor or agent.”
“Shelley's speaker as scriptor hovers, in other words, on the very cusp of wording, between an eruptive "O (h)" and the transitional "O-W" on its way to the widened diphthong of "thou.”
“The Flying Camel and the Golden Hump ... caveat scriptor?”
“Miller, one of the mainstays of my Wild Cards series, and a talented writer and comic scriptor in his own right.”
“On Monday he passed these to the FBI. Later in the week the researcher, along with Rishi Khan, a 19-year-old University of Delaware undergrad, figured out that the Melissa author started off with Shiver, the handiwork of a scriptor known as ALT-F11 (proof that virus writers are weirdos: they name themselves after function keys).”
“I love it to write such code ... to see them survive in the wild is kind of nice also!" writes "Spooky," a 17-year-old scriptor and founder of the Codebreakers virus crew.”
“Hi, I'm the one who made that video,colleague of the scriptor of that tool, and I have to say that the Symmetrizor is not a copy bot, it is made to create things with prims rezed from the mirror.”
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