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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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1/ This fragment is among several others on a single typescript page, all of which are clearly drafts toward a longer piece.
(6.) Hemingway changed "Hadley" to "Helen" in the typescript (Folder 275), as noted by Oldsey (220) and discussed by Lamb (Short Story 210 n.17).
Cather herself typed all elements of the extant Professor's House typescript, which is a document encompassing a few short segments cut and pasted from an earlier typescript, segments crossed out in the main typing, and typed revisions of the crossed-out segments inserted as numbered half pages.
Valuation phase of the research: February 2014-December 2014 (Feb-Mar- to evaluate the experiment results including the quality of educational typescript; Apr-May--to write report of the research, on the basis of the results to optimize the curriculum of the subject; June- to carry on workshop "Sustainable CSR"; July-Dec- to present the outputs of the research in specialized and scientific journals and also on scientific events).
She's dead, and she'll never know if her book appears anyway." Instead of sending the typescript to a publisher, you drop it in a recycling bin.
When Aldous Huxley revised the Brave New World typescript (1) between 27 May and 24 August 1931, he strove to Americanize his dystopia.
A spokesman for Christie's said the typescript follows the entire process from the first notes on 'The Undead' until the final printing of 'Dracula'.
The proceedings were first published, from a typescript copy, by the Department of South Asian Studies at the University of Wisconsin (1978, rpt.
This biography is an amalgam of two earlier works by Professor Crowley, Forrest: 1847-1918, volume 1, 1847-91: Apprenticeship to Premiership, and an unpublished typescript, `Forrest: 1847-1918, volume 2, 1891-1918'.
Above is America's most famous manuscript: Jack Kerouac's continuous, 120-foot-long typescript for his 1957 classic On the Road, auctioned by Christie's in May.
In both cases, the editors of these volumes have had access to a typescript prepared by Cornelis Augustijn for the ASD edition prior to his recent death; the typescript for Hyperaspistes II was made from a manuscript -- now in the Royal Library in Copenhagen -- in Erasmus's own hand.