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manuscript

A document, in particular a rough draft of a paper/document, intended for publication in a journal, book, or other printed or electronic form.

manuscript

Journalism A document, in particular, a rough draft of a paper/document intended for publication in a journal, book, other printed, or electronic form. See Authorship Cf Peer review.

manuscript

(man′yŭ-skript″) [L. manuscriptus, written by hand]
A handwritten or typed document, used, for example, to inform students or health care workers or to report research findings.
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Kondar and Hauer also found that 80 percent of the words in the manuscript were in the Hebrew dictionary.
In line with the broad view on manuscript culture encouraged by the editors, several of the essays are attuned to European book cultures.
Next come two chapters on manuscript culture that delineate matters of, first, textual circulation and, second, multilingualism.
The first part, 'The Art of the Book', begins with Hiram Woodward's paper on 'The characteristics of elephants: A Thai manuscript and its context' (pp.
The Manuscript Fair at the event also gave visitors the opportunity to view a unique collection of manuscripts.
Abstract deadline: 30 March 2017 Preregistration deadline: 14 June 2017 Manuscript deadline: 22 August 2017 Initial announcement published: Oct.
Additional information on how to submit to the Weekly through MMWR ScholarOne Manuscripts is available at https://www.
Places and people with which each manuscript was associated are noted alongside commentary on design, script and decoration.
The addition of the prose material also necessitated the creation of individual manuscript catalogs for approximately twenty new repositories, meaning that the Archive's Integrated Catalog now brings together manuscripts that are spread across more than fifty repositories around the world.
The University of Birmingham announced in July that radiocarbon analysis of the parchment had placed the four-page Koran manuscript close to the lifetime of the Prophet Muhammad.
One of the oft-cited concerns about the peer review process is a perceived lack of agreement between reviewers as to manuscript quality (Bornmann, Weymuth, & Daniel, 2010; Daniel, 1993; Hodgson, 1997).
On the project to digitize manuscripts, Said bin Nassir al-Na'ebi, Director of the Technical Department at the Directorate General of Documents and Manuscripts at the Ministry of Heritage and Culture says: "So far, We have been filming and digitizing 3950 manuscripts, out of 4836 manuscripts exist at the Manuscripts Centre of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture.