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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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Researchers concluded that the manuscript was among the earliest written textual evidence of the Islamic holy book known to survive.
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).
Abstract: The abstract should express the central idea of the manuscript in nontechnical language.
An ancient "Shahnameh" manuscript was discovered as recently as 2005 in Beirut.
Hodeida security chief, Brigadier Mohammed Al-Maqaleh, told the Yemen Times that security forces in Hodeida seized the manuscripts, along with a precious stone, on Nov.
8, 2009 by inspectors of the museum found that some of the manuscripts being preserved in the palace had been damaged by humidity.
The Archive's new Integrated Catalog contains manuscripts from as early as the 1840s right up until the final year of Whitman's life, and, like the earlier Integrated Guide, is organized by work, with all of the drafts that contributed to that work grouped together.
To read the manuscripts, users need to register on the platform for RO20 annually.
What should I do if I am asked to revise my manuscript?
The catalogue includes many illustrations of manuscript pages and gives the users yet another glimpse into the variation of the scripts used in the archipelago.
The researchers found a statistically significant difference between the mean score for accepted and rejected manuscripts (23.2 [+ or -] 2.7 versus 19.7 [+ or -] 4.1).
'The manuscript carries name of the author - Mir Abdul Sattar - at its end along with date of completion of his work as per tradition of the Islamic calendar,' he said.