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BAMS 4th Qtr Scrib & Scrip

scrib to write
scrip to write
con together
pre before in time or position or in advance
sub under or below
conscription compulsory or forced enrollment, especially for the armed forces; draft
describe to convey an idea or impression of in words; characterize
inscription writing, such as the wording on a coin, medal, monument, or seal, that is engraved
manuscript a book, document, or other composition written by hand or typed
manuscript writing that is printed
prescription a formula directing the preparation of something
scribble to write hurriedly without heed to legibility or style
scribe a writer, author, or journalist
scribe a person who copies manuscripts
scribe to mark or cut with something sharp
script written letters, figures, signs - handwriting
script a style of printing that looks like handwriting
script the text of a play, broadcast, or movie
scripture a sacred writing book
scrivener a professional copyist; a scribe; a notary or clerk
subscribe to write or sign one's name at the end of a document as approval; to promise payment or to place an order by signing
transcribe to make a full written ot typewritten copy of
transcript writing that has been transcribed, especially a written, typewritten, or printed copy
transcript a document with classes and grades
Created by: BAMS