Scroll

A scroll (from the Old French escroe or escroue), is a roll of papyrus, parchment, or paper containing writing. ==Structure== A scroll is usually divided up into pages, which are sometimes separate sheets of papyrus or parchment glued together at the edges, or may be marked divisions of a continuous roll of writing material. The scroll is usually ...
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Scroll

• (n.) An ornament formed of undulations giving off spirals or sprays, usually suggestive of plant form. Roman architectural ornament is largely of some scroll pattern. • (n.) A roll of paper or parchment; a writing formed into a roll; a schedule; a list. • (n.) A mark or flourish added to a person`s signature, intended to represent ...
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scroll

(from the article `biblical literature`) ...stone or metal tablets. Literary works and detailed letters were written on parchment or papyrus, though short or temporary records were written ...
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scroll

(from the article `stringed instrument`) ...the four tuning pegs, two on each side. It is slotted to the front to receive the strings. The pegs are tapered and pass through two holes in the ...
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scroll

1. A roll of paper or parchment; a writing formed into a roll; a schedule; a list. 'The heavens shall be rolled together as a scroll.' (Isa. Xxxiv. 4) 'Here is the scroll of every man's name.' (Shak) ... 2. An ornament formed of undulations giving off spirals or sprays, usually suggestive of plant form. Roman architectural ornament is largely of so...
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scroll

noun a document that can be rolled up (as for storage)
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Scroll

[music] A scroll is the decoratively carved end of the neck of certain stringed instruments, mainly members of the violin family. The scroll is typically carved in the shape of a volute (a rolled-up spiral) according to a canonical pattern, although some violins are adorned with carved heads, human and animal. The quality of a scroll is one...
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Scroll

Scroll noun [ A dim. of Middle English scroue , scrowe (whence English escrow ), Old French escroe , escroue , French écrou entry in the jail book, Late Latin scroa scroll, probably of Teutonic origin; confer OD. schroode a strip, shred, slip ...
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Scroll

In architecture a scroll is an ornament formed of undulations giving off spirals or sprays, usually suggestive of a plant form. Roman architectural ornamentation is largely of some
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Scroll

Press the up or down arrow buttons to move through the screen text.
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scroll

See butterfly
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Scroll

To move all or part of the screen material up to down, left or right, to allow new information to appear.
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Scroll

To move the display so that new information may appear
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scroll

[n] - a document that can be rolled up (as for storage) 2. [v] - (computer science) move through text or graphics in order to display parts that do not fit on the screen
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