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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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Mr Todd maintained that penmanship (and letter-writing) r was a crucial part of education, forming in youngsters r the attributes of patience, pride and much else besides that would serve r them well in later life.
Isaiah held from Twic East County in Jonglei state but the hours which sealed his peaceful critical mouth and darkened to fallen blood his penmanship will remain not just a most sad memory to the entire Twic East Community, neither for Greater Bor Communities nor people of Jonglei state but a fundamental sad history in the fight for a democratic governance, advocacy for human rights and rule of law abiding country.
Through the creative penmanship and photographic skills, great moments are captured and conveyed to the public about Global Village, and its position as a multi-cultural entity that unites many different nationalities within the UAE," Saeed Ali Bin Redha, CEO of Global Village, said.
Washington, April 21 ( ANI ): A first-grader girl from Pennsylvania who doesn't have hands has won a penmanship competition.
Main On Calligraphy, Penmanship and Handwriting This diplomat and blogger discusses his decade-long romance with calligraphy and penmanship.
And Ifans also stood up to the Shakespeare purists who see the doubts cast by the movie on his penmanship as sacrilege.
While these drug names may look or sound alike, your doctor's penmanship may be posing a risk to public health and safety if an incorrect medication is prescribed.
Brian Matthew Jordan's "Living Monuments': Union Veteran Amputees and the Embodied Memory of the Civil War" examines left-handed penmanship competitions to see how Union veterans became full-fledged participants in the postwar debate over Civil War memory.
The writer deserved full marks for concise observation but failed badly on penmanship and grammar.
Don't try writing on it; your text will look like a third-grader's penmanship.
The device features Motorola's intelligent handwriting recognition software and a sixth-generation SoftStylus handwriting system easily captures personal penmanship style.