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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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Hereafter TS refers to the typescript, PS refers to the proof sheets, and BNW refers to the first edition of the novel, published by Chatto & Windus in 1932.
Langley, the son, barely exists in Wilde Eve, but in the typescript he becomes a formidable male presence:
Finally, the finder of the monkey's typescript cannot take authorial credit because she did not produce the typescript, the meaning, or the connection between the typescript and the meaning.
Since these typescripts take us only through the published novel's first forty pages or so, they offer limited insight into the novel's progress.
The next line of the typescript tells the reader, "It was strange indeed,--more strange than the miller knew.
Canto 57: Cybernetic" / A draft typescript of the poem
His reactions to the pills and the typescript are carefully recorded.
Ives, selections from Woolf's journal from August 1905, when Woolf traveled with her sister and brothers to Cornwall, digital photographs of manuscript and typescript versions of Woolf's unfinished memoir, "A Sketch of the Past," and a miscellaneous collection of digital reproductions (unfortunately without provenance) of postcards featuring St.
Each consisted of at least twenty pages, and frequently thirty and sometimes forty, and when the typescript batch returned from London together with its manuscript copy, either Conrad or Jessie Conrad dated it at the top of its first page in the form, for instance, "Sp 24" or "Oct 2.
The Felix Dennis Oz Archive includes items related to the trial, such as badges, shirts, stickers and flyers distributed on the streets in support of the magazine, and a typescript of the song God Save Us by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
There are at least three types of changes from the dozens of revisions evident in the manuscript and typescript.
There is also an original typescript of Langston Hughes's song-play Jerico-Jim Crow, an 1873 Baptist hymnal from Gillfield Baptist Church in Petersburg, Virginia; and a score of an original orchestral tribute to Martin Luther King (composer and date unknown).