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handwriting

(hand′rīt″ing)
1. The writing of letters, numbers, words, or symbols with a handheld pen or pencil.
2. Penmanship. Flawed penmanship is characteristic of several childhood learning disorders and of some adult illnesses, such as the micrographia of Parkinson's disease.
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The former "Suits" actress is skilled in calligraphy, but she's not the only royal who writes with "control." According to a handwriting expert, the Duchess of Sussex and Queen Victoria's handwritings are similar.
Meghan Markle's handwriting is similar to Queen Victoria's.
In the past three days of the Ramadan night market, some 100 people have stopped to get their handwritings analysed at the stall called 'Reflections'.
Vevaina, at the Ramadan Night Market, looks at the sample of the client's handwriting to diagnose their medical conditions.
"So let's find out for sure whether or not legible writing always does mean 'dull and dumb and boring.' Before you and Frank even start the handwriting-exercises I'll give you to do at home this week, I'd like you both to look at the handwritings of people you know, and see if all the legible ones really do come from 'dull and dumb and boring' people, and if all the illegible ones really do come from 'intelligent and creative' folks.
In a world of high technology, some find handwriting unimportant.
Handwritings by the Dionne Quintuplets at the Age of Sixteen.
A study of handwritings by twins and other persons of multiple births, Journal of Forensic Sciences (1960) 5:121-131.
The Fact That Two Handwritings are identical has, for centuries, spurred researchers to investigate the relationship between personality and handwriting.
To test firsthand the accuracy of handwriting analysis, the embezzler's handwritten notes were sent to a handwriting analysis firm that knew nothing about the theft.
In related news, Prince Harry and Markle's handwritings show their conflicting personalities that may cause trouble in their marriage.
Dubai-based author and graphologist 
Usha Mullan analyses personalities through handwritings, Enneagram and drawings