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  1. French playwright (1791-1861)
  2. informal terms for journalists
  3. someone employed to make written copies of documents and manuscripts
  4. a sharp-pointed awl for marking wood or metal to be cut

Scribe

[ER] An ER scribe works in the emergency department (ED) of a hospital. Their duties may include overseeing the documentation of each patient`s visit to the ED and acting as the physician`s personal assistant. A scribe works with one physician per shift and is generally assigned as that physician`s personal scribe (often working regularly w...
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[n] - French playwright (1791-1861) 2. [n] - informal terms for journalists 3. [v] - score a line on with a pointed instrument, as in metalworking
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Scribe

A steel rod 8 to 12 inches long and about 3/16 inches in diameter. It has a long, slender, hardened steel point on one or both ends. See also: Ruler.
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Scribe

Member of an ancient Jewish group of biblical scholars, both priests and laypersons, who studied the books of Moses and sat in the Sanhedrin (supreme court). In the New Testament they are associated...
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Scribe

To copy the profile of a surface on the edge of sheet material to be butted against it; also to mark a line with a pointed tool.
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Scribe

Scribe (skrīb) noun [ Latin scriba , from scribere to write; confer Greek ska`rifos a splinter, pencil, style (for writing), English scarify . Confer Ascribe , Describe , Script , Scrivener , Scrutoire .] 1. One who ...
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Scribe

Scribe intransitive verb To make a mark. « With the separated points of a pair of spring dividers scribe around the edge of the templet.» A. M. Mayer.
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1. To write, trace, or mark by making a line with a marker or pointed instrument, as in surveying a dental cast for a removable prosthesis. ... 2. To form, by instrumentation, negative areas within a master cast to provide a positive beading in the framework of a removable partial denture, or the posterior palatal seal area for a complete denture.
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scribbler 1 penman noun informal terms for journalists
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Scribe

noun French playwright (1791-1861)
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Scribe

• (v. t.) To write, engrave, or mark upon; to inscribe. • (n.) One who writes; a draughtsman; a writer for another; especially, an offical or public writer; an amanuensis or secretary; a notary; a copyist. • (v. t.) To cut (anything) in such a way as to fit closely to a somewhat irregular surface, as a baseboard to a floor which is o...
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(from the article `Ashurbanipal`) ...systematically collected and cataloged library in the ancient Middle East (of which approximately 20,720 Assyrian tablets and fragments have been ... ...civilization consisted of little monarchies of an Oriental type, with an administration operated by a bureaucracy, and it seems to have operated ......
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scribe 1. An ancient highly respected and important Egyptian profession. 2. Someone who copies or writes out documents, especially someone who copied manuscripts in medieval times. 3. A general designation for any public official (whether of high or low rank) concerned with writing or the keeping of accounts; a secretary, clerk. 4. A copyist, trans...
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To mark for an irregular cut
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The person who records each defect mentioned and any suggestions for process improvement during a review meeting, on a logging form. The scribe has to ensure that the logging form is readable and understandable....
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Scribe

To scratch lines into emulsion of a negative.
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scribe (skrīb) , Jewish scholar and teacher (called in Hebrew, Soferim) of law as based upon the Old Testament and accumulated traditions. The work of the scribes laid the basis for the Oral Law, as distinct from the Written Law of the Torah. The period of their activity is in doubt. They may ...
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Scribe

Scribe is Black-American slang for a letter
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scribe

Type: Term Pronunciation: skrīb Definitions: 1. To write, trace, or mark by making a line with a marker or pointed instrument, as in surveying a dental cast for a removable prosthesis. 2. To form, by instrumentation, negative areas within a master cast to provide a positive beading in the framework of a removable partial denture, or the poster...
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Scribe

Member of an ancient Jewish group of biblical scholars, both priests and laypersons, who studied the books of Moses and sat in the Sanhedrin (supreme court). In the New Testament they are associated with the Pharisees. Later, they are the copyists of Hebrew scripture
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Scribe

a person who was trained to write hieroglyphs and other scripts and languages.
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A ring official, responsible for recording the judges calls for a performance, and for recording the dogs performance times.
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Scribe

[markup language] Scribe is a markup language and word processing system which pioneered the use of descriptive markup. Scribe was revolutionary when it was proposed, because it involved for the first time a clean separation of presentation and content. ==History== ===Beginnings=== Scribe was designed and developed by Brian Reid of Carnegie...
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Scribe

A scribe is a person who writes books or documents by hand as a profession and helps keep track of records. The profession, previously found in all literate cultures in some form, lost most of its importance and status with the advent of printing. The work could involve copying books, including sacred texts, or secretarial and administrative dutie...
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