manuscript


manuscript
01. He has sent his [manuscript] to a number of different publishers, but no one has yet expressed any interest.
02. The recent discovery of an unknown [manuscript] by Ernest Hemingway has certainly excited the literary community.
03. Cathy had to edit a huge [manuscript], and there were so many errors that she almost went crazy.
04. A researcher recently found an unpublished [manuscript] by Emily Bronte.
05. The museum has a number of rare [manuscripts] from the Middle Ages.
06. She let me read the first few chapters of the [manuscript] for her new novel.
07. Many of the beautiful Mayan [manuscripts] were burnt by Spanish missionaries.
08. Illuminated [manuscripts] are among the greatest achievements of Romanesque art.
09. Most of the Old English poetry which has survived to this day was preserved in four [manuscripts] from the late 10th and early 11th centuries.
10. The official library of the Vatican is one of the world's richest depositories of ancient [manuscripts].
11. Much of the known history of Anglo-Saxon and Norman England is derived from seven interrelated [manuscripts], most important of which is the Historia ecclesiastica.
12. The original [manuscript] is full of notes by the author, and comments from the editor, and provides a fascinating glimpse into the writing process.
13. He doesn't like computers and still types all his [manuscripts] on an old typewriter.
14. She has been working on two different [manuscripts] at the same time for the past year.
15. The author decided to change the ending to the story, and threw away the last fifty pages of her [manuscript].
16. John Ruskin once stated that great nations write their autobiographies in three [manuscripts]; the book of their deeds, the book of their words and the book of their art.

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  • manuscript — MANUSCRÍPT s.n. v. manuscris. Trimis de claudia, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  MANUSCRÍS, Ă, manuscrişi, se, s.n., adj. 1. s.n. Text scris de mână sau, p. ext., dactilografiat. ♢ loc. adj …   Dicționar Român

  • Manuscript — Man u*script, n. [LL. manuscriptum, lit., something written with the hand. See {Manuscript}, a.] 1. An original literary or musical composition written by the author, formerly with the hand, now usually by typewriter or word processor. It is… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Manuscript — Man u*script, a. [L. manu scriptus. See {Manual}, and {Scribe}.] Written with or by the hand; not printed; as, a manuscript volume. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Manuscript — (v. lat.), Handschrift, bes. aus alter Zeit als Original od. in Abschrift vorhandenes Exemplar einer Schrift, im Gegensatz zu einer durch den Druck veröffentlichten Schrift. Das Material, worauf sie geschrieben sind, ist Holz od. Blätter, Rinden …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Manuscript — Manuscript, lat. dtsch., Handschrift, im Gegensatz zur Druckschrift, insbesonders ein vor der Erfindung der Buchdruckerkunst handschriftlich abgefaßtes Buch. »Als M. gedruckt« ist eine Schrift, die nicht für das große Publicum bestimmt ist,… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • manuscript — index holographic, script Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • manuscript — (n.) document or book written by hand, 1590s (adj.), c.1600 (n.), from M.L. manuscriptum document written by hand, from L. manu scriptus written by hand, from manu, ablative of manus hand (see MANUAL (Cf. manual) (adj.)) + scriptus (neut.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • manuscript — [n] book, script article, composition, document, hard copy, palimpsest, text; concepts 263,271 …   New thesaurus

  • manuscript — Manuscript. s. m. L s se prononce & le p ne se prononce point. Ce qui est escrit à la main. Il se dit principalement des Escrits considerables, ou par leur ancienneté, ou par leur matiere, & leur rareté. Il y a plusieurs beaux manuscripts. des… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • manuscript — ► NOUN 1) a handwritten book, document, or piece of music. 2) a text submitted for printing and publication. ORIGIN from Latin manu by hand + scriptus written …   English terms dictionary

  • manuscript — [man′yo͞o skript΄, man′yəskript΄] adj. [L manu scriptus, written by hand < manu, abl. of manus, hand (see MANUAL) + scriptus, pp. of scribere, to write: see SCRIBE] 1. written by hand or with a typewriter, not printed 2. designating writing… …   English World dictionary