1. Amanuensis: [noun] one employed to write from dictation or to copy manuscript.
2. Amanuensis: 1 n someone skilled in the transcription of speech (especially dictation) Synonyms: shorthand typist , stenographer Type of: secretarial assistant , secretary an assistant who handles correspondence and clerical work for a boss or an organization
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3. Amanuensis synonyms, Amanuensis pronunciation, Amanuensis translation, English dictionary definition of Amanuensis
4. Amanuensis definition, a person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another; secretary
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7. 'Amanuensis' is a 10 letter word starting with A and ending with S Crossword clues for 'Amanuensis' Clue Answer; Literary assistant (10) Amanuensis: Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Amanuensis We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Amanuensis will help you to finish your crossword today
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8. In such a case, the interested Amanuensis bears the burden to show that his or her signing of the grantor's name was a mechanical act in that the grantor intended to sign the document using the instrumentality of the Amanuensis." The rationale for such a law is evident
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10. A modern Amanuensis might function in the capacity of a personal secretary or assistant
11. The Amanuensis is a person employed to write on behalf of another or who can sign documents on the author’s authority
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12. So the Amanuensis or secretary has licensed authority to write on behalf of the author
13. The Amanuensis or secretary would also prepare several copies of the document – one for the author to keep and then several copies to
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16. What does Amanuensis mean? Information and translations of Amanuensis in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
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18. Amanuensis - someone skilled in the transcription of speech (especially dictation) shorthand typist, stenographer
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20. Amanuensis (n.) "one who takes dictation or copies what is written by another," 1610s, from Latin Amanuensis "adjective used as a noun," an alteration of (servus) a manu "secretary," literally "servant from the hand;" from a for ab "from, of," here used as a designation of office (see ab- ), + manu, ablative of manus "hand" (from PIE root *man
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21. Amanuensis is a 1st-level ritual.[FRPG:142] You capture the writing from one source (a book, scroll, or tablet) and cause it to appear onto a special prepared paper, parchment, book, or some other similar item
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22. Which Amanuensis is a drunken, bankrupt village grocer, of whom my son-in-law is one of the defrauded creditors – Mr
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24. Definition of Amanuensis noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
25. ‘His Amanuensis, David Frum, is a different and much sadder case.’ ‘Silenced herself, she is reduced to the status of his Amanuensis.’ ‘Affectionate and needy, Thackeray had nurtured Anny's talents, and used her as his Amanuensis.’
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26. Sauntering along the park and past the bingo, I reflect on the only fact I know about Dr Johnson's Amanuensis, other than where he's buried
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27. He was the Amanuensis for the meetings of the general committee, the final meetings for which King James had been waiting impatiently.
28. Amanuensis Monday -- 1772 Deed of Norman Sever Selling Land in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts to Abel Osgood This week's document for transcription is the 1772 land deed record for Norman Sever, yeoman of Shrewsbury, selling a tract of land in Shrewsbury, Worcester County, Massachusetts to Abel Osgood for 200 pounds.
29. ‘His Amanuensis, David Frum, is a different and much sadder case.’ ‘Silenced herself, she is reduced to the status of his Amanuensis.’ ‘Affectionate and needy, Thackeray had nurtured Anny's talents, and used her as his Amanuensis.’
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30. The Amanuensis could type her boss’s notes much quicker than she could write them
31. As the court’s Amanuensis, the woman’s job was to type all of the meeting’s minutes
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32. The Amanuensis searched for a typewriter to use so that scribing of the notes could go faster
33. Their employment, too, depended greatly on the character of the Amanuensis.: Ihre Beschäftigung, zu, hing stark auf den Charakter der Amanuensis.: Paul's letters were, as a rule, dictated to an Amanuensis, a fact which accounts for some of their peculiarities.: Paul's Briefe wurden in der Regel zu einer Amanuensis diktiert, eine Tatsache, die für einige ihrer Eigenheiten.
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34. Amanuensis Monday -- 1782 Deed of Norman Sever Buying Land in Westminster, Massachusetts From Thomas Farnsworth This week's document for transcription is the 1782 land deed record for Norman Sever, gentleman of Westminster, selling a 31 acre tract of land in Westminster, Worcester County, Massachusetts from Thomas Farnsworth for 18 pounds.
35. If the Amanuensis using their own name, it is wise to write the abbreviation p.p
36. (per procurationem) after the signature – meaning that someone is signing not for oneself but in the representative capacity for someone else Better to use testator’s name Where Amanuensis is used, must be signed in the presence of a CoA as well as with witnesses.
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38. What is an Amanuensis? Merriam-Webster defines Amanuensis as “one employed to write from dictation or to copy manuscript.”
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39. An Amanuensis is a scribe, and that’s what I do in my role as a general transcriptionist.
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41. 1.2 The Translator's Amanuensis and translation memory This is the main part of the paper, for illustrate what is translator's Amanuensis, the author showed three aspects: text editing, translation aids, and machine translation
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44. She has also had the privilege to work with Master Amanuensis Reverend Frida Waterhouse, Dr
45. In 1761 he became personally known to Pitt, who, recognizing his ability and discretion, once and again made use of his services as private Amanuensis
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46. Here d'Orville, to whom he had an introduction, proposed to retain him as his Amanuensis at a salary of six hundred guilders
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47. What does Amanuensis mean? One employed to take dictation, or copy manuscripts
amanuensis (noun) · amanuenses (plural noun)
An amanuensis ( / əˌmænjuˈɛnsɪs /) is a person employed to write or type what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another, and also refers to a person who signs a document on behalf of another under the latter's authority. The term is often used interchangeably with secretary or scribe .
The definition of an amanuensis is a person whose job it is to write or tape information dictated to him. An example of an amanuensis is an executive assistant.
The plural form of amanuensis is amanuenses.