Autograph

Autograph is slang for a signature.
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Autograph

[Assyriology] An autograph in Assyriology is the hand-copy of a cuneiform clay-tablet. Producing an autograph is often the first step of a tablet`s archaeological interpretation and the autograph is frequently the authoritative form that is published as source material. Autographing the text is followed by transliteration, transcription and...
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Autograph

[software] Autograph was a suite of document generation software products from EMC Document Sciences (formerly just `Document Sciences`). Autograph has since been superseded by xPression. Autograph consists of several software products: ...
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autograph

The author's signature, typically found on the title page or flyleaf of a book.
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Autograph

Au'to·graph noun [ French autographe , from Greek ... autographic; ... self + ... to write.] That which is written with one's own hand; an original manuscript; a person's own signature or handwriting.
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autograph

noun a person`s own signature
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Autograph

• (n.) That which is written with one`s own hand; an original manuscript; a person`s own signature or handwriting. • (a.) In one`s own handwriting; as, an autograph letter; an autograph will.
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autograph

autograph, autography 1. A person's own signature or handwriting. 2. A manuscript in the author's handwriting. 3. A handwritten signature; especially, the signature of a famous person. —Word Info image © ALL rights reserved.
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Autograph

While fans and collectors in pop culture uses the term to refer to a celebrity's signature of his or
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