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  • v. Present participle of escribe.


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  • This is the book which begins by escribing its heroine as "blond [rather than blonde] and ovately willowy".

    November Books 7) The Pollinators of Eden, by John Boyd

  • European Union to impose tougher sanctions on Zimbabwe, escribing the situation there as "appalling, disgraceful and utterly tragic".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • All of the minute details of his daily life are pried into, and whatever is found which, seen through the medium of the perceiving and escribing faculties of the lowest of the low, bears an appearance unlike absolute commonplace, is laid before the jury as evidence of insanity, and often with success; the jurors being little, if at all, less vulgar and ignorant than the witnesses; while the judges, with that extraordinary want of knowledge of human nature and life which continually astonishes us in English lawyers, often help to mislead them.

    On Liberty

  • "eP.escribing puts life-saving information about adverse drug events in front of the doctor at the point of care," comments John P. Driscoll, president, new markets, Medco.



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