noun see rubricate

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • rubrication — ru·bri·ca·tion …   English syllables

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  • rubricate — rubrication, n. rubricator, n. /rooh bri kayt /, v.t., rubricated, rubricating. 1. to mark or color with red. 2. to furnish with or regulate by rubrics. [1560 70; < LL rubricatus (ptp. of rubricare to color red), equiv. to rubric(a) red ocher… …   Universalium

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  • Sylvia Huot — is a professor of Medieval French Literature at the University of Cambridge and fellow of Pembroke College. [ [ Sylvia Huot s page at the University of Cambridge] . Accessed 7th May 2008] She is the… …   Wikipedia

  • rubricate — transitive verb ( cated; cating) Date: 1570 1. to write or print as a rubric 2. to provide with a rubric • rubrication noun • rubricator noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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