Scrivener

• (n.) One whose business is to place money at interest; a broker. • (n.) A writing master. • (n.) A professional writer; one whose occupation is to draw contracts or prepare writings.
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Scrivener

[software] Scrivener is a word-processing program designed for authors. Scrivener provides a management system for documents, notes and metadata. This allows the user to organize notes, concepts, research and whole documents for easy access and reference (documents including text, images, PDF, audio, video, web pages, etc.). After writing a...
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Scrivener

Scrive'ner noun [ From older scrivein , Old French escrivain , French écrivain , Late Latin scribanus , from Latin scribere to write. See Scribe .] 1. A professional writer; one whose occupation is to draw contracts or prepare writings. Shak....
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Scrivener

A person who writes a document for another, usually for a fee. If a lawyer merely writes out the terms of a lease or contract exactly as requested by the client, without giving legal advice, then the lawyer is just a scrivener and is probably not responsible for legal errors (unless they were so obvious as to warrant comment). A nonlawyer may act a...
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Scrivener

A person whose, business it is to write deeds and other instruments for others; a conveyancer. Money scriveners are those who are engaged in procuring money to be lent on mortgages and other securities, and lending such money accordingly. They act also as agents for the purchase and sale of real estates. To be considered a money scrivener, a pe...
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Scrivener

Another term for a scribe. The term scrivener became especially common during the 1700s and 1800s fo
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Scrivener

archaic or obsolete terms > General: Notary.
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scrivener

n. a person who writes a document for another, usually for a fee. If a lawyer merely writes out the terms of a lease or contract exactly as requested by the client, without giving legal advice, then the lawyer is just a scrivener and is probably not responsible for legal errors (unless they were so obvious as to warrant comment). A non-lawyer may a...
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scrivener

professional scribe or copier
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scrivener

scribe
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scrivener

scrivener 1. In former times, someone whose job involved writing or making handwritten copies of documents, books, or other texts. 2. A notary public. 3, Etymology: from Old French escrivein,; ultimately from Latin scriba.
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