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- manuscript (n.)
- "document or book written by hand," 1590s (adj.), c. 1600 (n.), from Medieval Latin manuscriptum "document written by hand," from Latin manu scriptus "written by hand," from manu, ablative of manus "hand" (see manual (adj.)) + scriptus (neuter scriptum), past participle of scribere "to write" (see script (n.)). Abbreviation is MS, plural MSS.
- 1. These odd assertions were interpolated into the manuscript some time after 1400.
- 2. The manuscript had already been sent off to the printers.
- 3. The finished manuscript ran to the best part of fifty double-sided pages.
- 4. He had decided to publish the manuscript no matter what.
- 5. Seventeen publishers rejected the manuscript before Jenks saw its potential.
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