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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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Training and availability of braille transcribers in the United States.
Combining this increased need with the fact that textbooks have become much more visual in recent years--requiring time-consuming production of tactile graphics, or raised-line drawings, for braille readers--has resulted in a shortage of braille transcribers throughout the U.S.
Her previous books produced in partnership with the Calista Elders Council and with translators and transcribers Alice Rearden and Marie Meade have consistently made valuable contributions to documenting and preserving Yupik oral traditions.
The gist capability is entirely automatic, avoiding the human transcriber cost and privacy concerns.
This special issue of the Review of Contemporary Fiction could not have been assembled without the assistance of many different people, Americans and Japanese, translators, transcribers, advisors, and so forth.
Transcribers copying the scriptures by hand in the fourth century used "chi" or X as a helpful abbreviation for Christ.
The guide is very easy to use, listing all composers and transcribers in alphabetical order, with each one cross-referenced.
Even the new economy equivalent of the assembly line, a job such as data entry, can be performed anywhere in the world, as in the case of the Indian medical note transcribers.
If so, a deliveryman might himself not know who provided the documents to the group of transcribers. So, what remains missing is the chain of custody between the putative copier(s) and the deliverer.
This directory lists the names of volunteer groups, individual transcribers, and nonprofit and commercial organizations that transcribe and record books and other reading materials for persons who are blind and physically handicapped.
Our initial hope when we first started working on the tapes from 1995 to 1997 was that professional transcribers, court reporters for example, would do much of the primary transcription.
Thus control from the (male) Church hierarchy and the importance of written, permanent texts were crucial: "The transcribers' unflinching belief in the mystic's orthodoxy derives from the fact that the mystic's confessor had previously verified and approved the nuns' notes.