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scribe

(skrīb),
1. To write, trace, or mark by making a line with a marker or pointed instrument, as in surveying a dental cast for a removable prosthesis.
2. To form, by instrumentation, negative areas within a master cast to provide a positive beading in the framework of a removable partial denture, or the posterior palatal seal area for a complete denture.
[L. scribo, pp. scripto, to write]

scribe

(skrīb)
1. To write, trace, or mark by making a line with a marker or pointed instrument, as in surveying a dental cast for a removable prosthesis.
2. To form, by instrumentation, negative areas within a master cast to provide a positive beading in framework of a removable partial denture, or posterior palatal seal area for a complete denture.
[L. scribo, pp. scripto, to write]

scribe,

v to write, trace, or mark by making a line or lines with a pointed instrument or carbon marker.
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Some singular cases cannot be explained as proper scribal mistakes.
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He argues that Huygen had access to early scribal copies of Donne's poems, perhaps from the early 1620s if not earlier, and is able to situate the sources for the translations, which are the earliest known to exist, in the overall stemma for each poem.
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The apparatus intelligibly reports variants, doubtful readings, and scribal errors.
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Considering a wide range of languages, sociolinguists discuss the shift from spoken vernacular to written form; standardization versus regionalization and de-standardization; and idiosyncrasy, scribal standards, and registers.
Because of the abundant source materials, he spends a good proportion of the chapter dealing with scribal schools (edubba) and education in the Old Babylonian period.
When a scribal reading differs from a standard liturgical source, however, the editor has wisely favored the latter source.
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