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transcribe

(trăn-skrīb′)
tr.v. tran·scribed, tran·scribing, tran·scribes
1. To make a full written or typewritten copy of (dictated material, for example).
2. Biology To cause (DNA) to undergo transcription.

tran·scrib′a·ble adj.
tran·scrib′er n.
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For instance, in Leigh and Barclay's (2000) pilot study of 5 teachers serving students who read braille, the teachers reported that they regularly transcribed some materials themselves.
The Lion of the Piano, transcribed by Spike Wilner.
Genetic variations in the internal transcribed spacer and mitochondrial small subunit rRNA gene of Naegleria spp.
Written with the help and assistance of her family (Leah's yonger sister Nicole and her grandmother, Nanny Pat Lauber, transcribed hours of Leah's interviews and recorded comments during seven different sessions with almost every member of the women's team, and her mother, Rya, worked on the book's cover design and her fahter sorted through hundreds of photos and scanned them into the computer for use in illustrating the thoroughly engaging text), Soccer Dreams is "must" reading for all young soccer enthusiasts and would be a popular addition to any gradeschool, junior high, or community library Sports collection.
Last night a senior officer with Strathclyde Police said: 'It seems crazy that evidence recorded in Glasgow is sent so far away to be transcribed.
As Hatfield reports, many of these records had been found and transcribed by the early twentieth-century scholar Giovanni Poggi as part of a planned but never completed monumental work on Michelangelo.
A little over half (648) were found in introns, sequences that are transcribed to messenger RNA but removed before the RNA is transcribed into proteins.
Transcribed medical information is already stored in an electronic format.
The nursing home staff concluded that while the physical therapist was copying the physician's orders, the admitting nurse missed finding them (because they weren't in the hospital papers), so she never transcribed them into the resident's record or treatment sheets.
The group or practice known as Robotic Research, for example, is represented by one of those lazily transcribed interviews in which the questions are almost as long as the answers.
His book consists of brief essays in which he recalls individual sessions, transcribed from memory, during which "questions arise from life.