scrivener


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Synonyms for scrivener

someone employed to make written copies of documents and manuscripts

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Scrivener wrote on the page: "Clodagh was seriously injured in the recent collapse in Berkeley and her life will never be the same again.
Scrivener sued Clark College for unlawful age discrimination after R.
At Lloyd Jones Capital, Scrivener leads the Investor Relations team, which builds and maintains strong relationships with both domestic and international investors.
Morwenna, a little terrier owned by Liz Scrivener, burst into the show ring at the 35th North Wales Shire horse open day, Bodelwyddan Castle.
Needless to say the Centenary has generated a spate of historical publications including Terry Birtles' biography of Charles Robert Scrivener.
American Bo van Pelt and home player Jason Scrivener are Grillo's nearest challengers at seven under.
American Bo van Pelt and home player Jason Scrivener were Grillo's nearest challengers at seven under, Van Pelt recording an eagle and five birdies in a 67 yesterday, while Scrivener's 69 contained five birdies and two dropped shots.
You shall bring the works to me and I shall employ a scrivener to transcribe them and a go-between to deliver them.
WORRIED Wallabies assistant boss Nick Scrivener fears a walloping from Scotland after seeing his squad rocked by an injury crisis.
6 EDINBURGH'S interim head coach Nick Scrivener failed to inspire the send-off he required from his side as the Scots finished their Magners League campaign on a low note.
RELIEVED Nick Scrivener last night hailed his never-say-die players as he celebrated his first victory in charge of the Gunners.
Friends of Celyn" group in the willow garden: ( L- R) John Scrivener, Margaret Norwood, Sally Ward, Briercliffe and Catherine Lynch
on the path to create My Scrivener, a system to provide repetitive motion training for people who have trouble with fine-motor control of their hands.
Redruth - tries: Bright (2), Gidlow, penalty tr; conversions: Scrivener.
David Martin, 40, died after a frenzied attack by Gary Kelly, 38, and mother-of-four Kay Scrivener, 41, it is claimed.