manner+of+writing

  • 81Pasigraphy — Pa*sig ra*phy, n. [Gr. ? for all (dat. pl. of ? all) + graphy.] A system of universal writing, or a manner of writing that may be understood and used by all nations. Good. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 82Jean Henri Fabre — Jean Henri Casimir Fabre (December 22, 1823 October 11, 1915) was a French entomologist and author.LifeFabre was born in Saint Léons in Aveyron, France. Fabre was largely an autodidact, owing to the poverty of his family. Nevertheless, he… …

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  • 83Ibn al-Nadim — Abu l Faraj Muhammad bin Is hāq al Nadim (Arabic: ابو الفرج محمد بن إسحاق النديم‎), whose father was known as al Warrāq (الورّاق) (died September 17, 995 or 998) was a Shia Muslim scholar and bibliographer. Some scholars regard him as a Persian,… …

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  • 84Codex Amiatinus — Portrait, probably of Ezra, from folio 5r at the start of Old Testament. The Codex Amiatinus, designated by siglum A, is the earliest surviving manuscript of the nearly complete Bible in the Latin Vulgate version,[1] …

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  • 85Théodore-Pierre Bertin — (2 November 1751 at Provins (Seine et Marne) 25 January 1819 in Paris), is the author of fifty odd works on various subjects, but is primarily remembered as the person responsible for adapting Samuel Taylor s shorthand to the French language and… …

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  • 86George Canseco — (April 23, 1934 ndash; November 19, 2004) was a leading Filipino song composer. Considered by some to be one of the most sentimental men of his time, Canseco gave birth to songs that allowed hearts to heal over cathartic bliss in the hundreds of… …

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  • 87Isotta Nogarola — (1418 ndash; 1466) was a writer and intellectual, born into a well to do family in Verona, Italy. She was one of ten siblings, seven of which survived into adulthood. She was passionate about her education, and spent most of her life alone,… …

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  • 88Statenvertaling — The Statenvertaling (Dutch for State Translation) or Statenbijbel (Dutch for State Bible) is the first official Bible translation from the original Hebrew and Greek languages to the Dutch language, first published in 1637.Up until that time,… …

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  • 89Terminology for Asteraceae — NOTOC accrescent *Growing larger after flowering.1913] achene *achene *A small, dry, indehiscent fruit, containing a single seed, as in the buttercup; called a naked seed by the earlier botanists. *small dry indehiscent fruit with the seed… …

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  • 90Lardner, Ring — ▪ American writer original name  Ringgold Wilmer Lardner  born March 6, 1885, Niles, Mich., U.S. died Sept. 25, 1933, East Hampton, N.Y.       American writer, one of the most gifted, as well as the most bitter, satirists in the United States and …

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  • 91Pierre de Brantome, Seigneur de Bourdeille —     Pierre de Brantôme, Seigneur de Bourdeille     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pierre de Brantôme, Seigneur de Bourdeille     One of the most famous of French writers of memoirs, b. in 1539, or a little later; d. 15 July, 1614. He was the son of a… …

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  • 92style — [13] Style comes via Old French stile from Latin stilus, which denoted a ‘pointed writing instrument’. It came to be used metaphorically for ‘something written’, and hence for ‘manner of writing’. The spelling with y instead of i arose from the… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 93style — I. n. 1. Diction, phraseology, mode of expression, mode of speech, turn of expression, manner of writing. 2. Manner, method, mode, way, form, fashion, cast, pattern. 3. Title, appellation, name, designation, denomination, mode of address. 4.… …

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  • 94handwriting — hand•writ•ing [[t]ˈhændˌraɪ tɪŋ[/t]] n. 1) writing done with a pen or pencil in the hand 2) a style or manner of writing by hand, esp. that which characterizes a particular person 3) a handwritten document; manuscript • handwriting on the wall… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 95penmanship — /ˈpɛnmənʃɪp/ (say penmuhnship) noun 1. the use of the pen in writing; the art of handwriting; a manner of writing. 2. literary composition; the composing of a document …

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  • 96style — [13] Style comes via Old French stile from Latin stilus, which denoted a ‘pointed writing instrument’. It came to be used metaphorically for ‘something written’, and hence for ‘manner of writing’. The spelling with y instead of i arose from the… …

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  • 97devilishly — adverb 1. as a devil; in an evil manner his writing could be diabolically satiric • Syn: ↑diabolically, ↑fiendishly • Derived from adjective: ↑fiendish (for: ↑fiendishly), ↑ …

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  • 98spell|ing — «SPEHL ihng», noun. 1. the writing or saying of the letters of a word in order: »He is poor at spelling. 2. the way that a word is spelled: »“Ax” has two spellings, “ax” and “axe.” 3. manner of writing or expressing words with letters;… …

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  • 99audience — Court Court (k[=o]rt), n. [OF. court, curt, cort, F. cour, LL. cortis, fr. L. cohors, cors, chors, gen. cohortis, cortis, chortis, an inclosure, court, thing inclosed, crowd, throng; co + a root akin to Gr. chorto s inclosure, feeding place, and… …

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  • 100Christian court — Court Court (k[=o]rt), n. [OF. court, curt, cort, F. cour, LL. cortis, fr. L. cohors, cors, chors, gen. cohortis, cortis, chortis, an inclosure, court, thing inclosed, crowd, throng; co + a root akin to Gr. chorto s inclosure, feeding place, and… …

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