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One who writes; a draughtsman; a writer for another; especially, an official or public writer; an amanuensis or secretary; a notary; a copyist
A very sharp, steel drawing implement used in engraving and etching, a scriber
To record
A writer, especially a journalist
To write or draw with a scribe
To write
A writer and doctor of the law; one skilled in the law and traditions; one who read and explained the law to the people
one who writes or is skilled in writing
{n} a writer, public notary, divine teacher
{v} to mark by a model or rule, to fit one piece to another
A pointed tool used to mark or scratch metal
One who writes; a draughtsman; a writer for another; especially, an offical or public writer; an amanuensis or secretary; a notary; a copyist
Calligrapher, someone who writes the decorative scrolls used to commemorate SCA awards, and prepares other formal documents of the group In many places, "scribe" refers to both calligraphers and illuminators, and to people who practice both arts The officer in charge of organizing these activities goes by various titles around the Known World (Clerk of the Signet is the only title for the job known to the editors that does not feature the word "scribe" in one form or another )
informal terms for journalists
The person who makes detailed notes of the happenings at a Joint Application Design session (7)
Disabled students often make use of a scribe for the purposes of examinations where a computer is unavailable or inaccessible The scribe handwrites or types a manuscript of the information that is relayed to them through speech or in some cases sign language (e g deaf students) It is recommended that the scribe receives some training in the method so that for instance they do not try to interpret what the student communicates and that the student practices dictating before using the method in an examination situation
To write, or to record
French playwright (1791-1861)
{f} write down, record, inscribe; mark by cutting or scratching; work as a scribe
someone employed to make written copies of documents and manuscripts
To score or mark with compasses or a scribing iron
tracing two components Cope out material to fit exactly the outside dimension of another piece of material
the writer of a manuscript (almost never identical with the author of a text) Scribes inevitably made changes in texts--not only minor errors and inconsistencies in spelling, such as a modern typist or typesetter might make, but also deliberate alterations, additions, and omissions
One who writes
A very sharp, steel drawing implement used in engraving and etching
score a line on with a pointed instrument, as in metalworking
in ancient Egyptian times a scribe was responsible for all design and drawing of images including the representation of the pharaohs, gods and hieroglyphs
To etch or remove part of the emulsion on a negative; done to produce a neat, uniform line to top
(verb) Trim to fit exactly to a wall (Usually done with scribe molding where a cabinet back meets a wall that is out of square
{i} copyist, copier of manuscripts; public clerk; author, writer; Jewish scholar who transcribed edited and interpreted Biblical scrolls (Judaism)
n A person designated to record and publish the proceedings of a meeting v To record and publish the proceedings of a meeting
informal terms for journalists French playwright (1791-1861) score a line on with a pointed instrument, as in metalworking
To make a mark
a sharp-pointed awl for marking wood or metal to be cut
To cut (anything) in such a way as to fit closely to a somewhat irregular surface, as a baseboard to a floor which is out of level, a board to the curves of a molding, or the like; so called because the workman marks, or scribes, with the compasses the line that he afterwards cuts
Trim to fit exactly to a wall Usually done with scribe moulding where a cabinet back meets a wall that is out of square
An artist who produces scrolls
To write, engrave, or mark upon; to inscribe
A person who writes documents Clerks, copyists and learned men who held positions in the bureaucracy were scribes
Usually the third member of the board, responsible for correspondence and the convention protocols
In the days before printing was common, a scribe was a person who wrote copies of things such as letters or documents. French playwright whose works include more than 300 comedies of manners
The person who makes detailed notes of the happenings at a Joint Application Design session
A mechanical device used to inscribe circles on the surface of the ice to aid in the practice of compulsory figures The use of scribes is not permitted in competitions
one who transcribes manuscripts in a professional or official capacity
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etching scribe
a needle-sharp steel tool for incising into plates in etching and the production of dry points
scribing
Present participle of scribe
scribing
Something scribed; an inscription
A Scribe
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Augustin Eugène Scribe
born Dec. 24, 1791, Paris, France died Feb. 20, 1861, Paris French playwright and librettist. He wrote some 350 dramas, most of which proved extremely successful, and he became the most popular opera librettist of his time. His librettos include Gioacchino Rossini's Count Ory (1828), Vincenzo Bellini's The Sleepwalker (1831), Gaetano Donizetti's The Elixir of Love (1832), Giacomo Meyerbeer's Les Huguenots (1836), and Giuseppe Verdi's The Sicilian Vespers (1855)
Eugène Scribe
born Dec. 24, 1791, Paris, France died Feb. 20, 1861, Paris French playwright and librettist. He wrote some 350 dramas, most of which proved extremely successful, and he became the most popular opera librettist of his time. His librettos include Gioacchino Rossini's Count Ory (1828), Vincenzo Bellini's The Sleepwalker (1831), Gaetano Donizetti's The Elixir of Love (1832), Giacomo Meyerbeer's Les Huguenots (1836), and Giuseppe Verdi's The Sicilian Vespers (1855)
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past of scribe
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{i} sharp awl used for outlining designs on metalwork or wood
scriber
a sharp-pointed awl for marking wood or metal to be cut
scriber
A sharp-pointed tool, used by joiners for drawing lines on stuff; a marking awl
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Ancient Egyptians trained to read and write hieroglyphics
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Catherine
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plural of scribe
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JEWISH LAWYERS A specific kind of Pharisee, steeped in the law of Moses as a profession similar to a lawyer of today Scribes practiced law in a society where there was no separation of Church and State Thus the Law of Moses, a religious law, was also the law of the land and scribes were 'lawyers who studied and practiced law
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Professional copyists who recorded commercial, royal, and religious texts and served as clerks, secretaries, and archivists at Israel's royal court and Temple (2 Kings 12: 10; 19: 2; Ezra 4: 8; 2 Chron 34: 8; Jer 36: 18) After the Jews' return from exile, professional teachers or "wise men" preserved and interpreted the Mosaic Torah (Ezra 7: 6; Neh 7: 73-8: 18) In the New Testament, scribes are often linked with Pharisees as Jesus' opponents (Matt 7: 29; 23: 2, 13; Luke 11: 44) who conspired to kill him (Mark 14: 43; 15: 1; Luke 22: 2; 23: 10), although some became his followers (Matt 8: 19; see also Acts 6: 12; 23: 9; 1 Cor 1: 20)
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Hebrew intellectuals noted for their knowledge of the Law of Moses, influential from the time of the Exile to about 70 A D Many of them were Pharisees They were the antecedents of rabbis and their traditions, as well as those o the Pharisees, had a lasting influence on Judaism following the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 A D
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    skrayb

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    amanuensis, scrivener, tabellion

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    /ˈskrīb/ /ˈskraɪb/

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    [ 'skrIb ] (noun.) 14th century. From Late Latin scriba (“secretary”) (used in Vulgate to render Ancient Greek γραμματεύς "scribe, secretary", which had been used in its turn to render the Hebrew סופר "writer, scholar") from scribere (“to write, draw, draw up, draft (a paper), enlist, enroll, levy; orig. to scratch”), probably akin to scrobs (“a ditch, trench, grave”).

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