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/ˈmanyəˌskript/,
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manuscripts, plural;
  1. A book, document, or piece of music written by hand rather than typed or printed
    • - an illuminated manuscript
  2. An author's text that has not yet been published
    • - preparing the final manuscript
    • - her autobiography remained in manuscript

  1. the form of a literary work submitted for publication
  2. handwritten book or document
  3. A manuscript or handwrit is a recording of information that has been manually created by someone or some people, such as a hand-written letter, as opposed to being printed or reproduced some other way. ...
  4. A book, composition or any other document, (type)written by hand, not mechanically reproduced; A single, original copy of a book, article, composition etc, written by hand or even printed, submitted as original for (copy-editing and) reproductive publication; Which is handwritten, or by ...
  5. (Manuscripts) Documents or written compositions, such as letters or diaries, which have not been printed. Often, an author's written (or typed) original "copy" as distinguished from a printed or published version of the same material. ...
  6. (Manuscripts) Unpublished handwritten or typed documents. in archives, manuscripts are usually defined as the personal papers of individuals or private groups as opposed to the records of a business, government, or other institution.
  7. ((b) Manuscripts) The evidence of manuscripts alone is such as to set the authenticity of this letter beyond all doubt; it is in the Greek text of the Codex Sinaiticus (fourth century), Codex Vaticanus (fourth century), and Codex Alexandrinus (fifth century); it is in the Old Latin and Syriac ...
  8. (MANUSCRIPTS) are documents (in any format) accumulated, collected, and/or generated by a private individual(s) and subsequently donated to or acquired by a repository to ensure their retention and public accessibility. ...
  9. (Manuscripts) Individual documents or groups of records having historical value or significance that are not "official records" of university departments or offices. ...
  10. (Manuscripts) The fall of the Roman Empire in the fifth century A.D. saw the decline of the culture of ancient Rome. Papyrus became difficult to obtain due to lack of contact with Egypt, and parchment, which had been used for centuries, became the main writing material.
  11. (Manuscripts) Within this Directory the term manuscript refers to documents that are unpublished. They may be hand-written or in typescript.
  12. (Manuscripts) a creator’s original copy of a work, usually handwritten but may be typed with handwritten annotations. May also include digital works.
  13. The original pages of an author's work, written in the author's hand or typed.
  14. collective term for books or other documents written by hand; in a specific sense, the hand-written medieval book, the Codex manuscriptus, often ornamented with decorative borders, illuminated initials and miniatures, and containing works of ancient philosophy or scholarly, ecclesiastical, and ...
  15. To dream of manuscript in an unfinished state, forebodes disappointment. If finished and clearly written, great hopes will be realized. ...
  16. The book in typewritten or word processing form.
  17. A script before it has been published.
  18. The typescript of a written work. It should ALWAYS be typed or printed, never handwritten.
  19. A handwritten or typed composition, rather than printed. Some databases list manuscripts by the abbreviation "mss."
  20. An unpublished printed or hand-written work.
  21. For purposes of this Glossary, an original, unpublished document directly created by its author(s), usually on paper or parchment, and often in the author's own hand.
  22. Hand-painted or hand-drawn map. Usually one-of-a-kind.
  23. Literally "handwritten," it designates a book or treatise written by hand -- that is, not printed by means of a printing press. It is abbreviated MS or ms in the singular, and MSS or mss for the plural.
  24. A collection of text, tables and graphic files submitted to a journal;  the output from a scholarly endeavor.
  25. any group of papers with a common theme or topic compiled by or created around an individual or family. May include letters, diaries, and other private papers or notes.