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a person engaged in
books, articles, stories, etc., especially as an occupation or profession; an author or journalist.
a clerk, scribe, or the like.
a person who commits his or her thoughts, ideas, etc., to
an expert letter writer.
(in a piece of writing) the author (used as a circumlocution for “I,” “me,” “my,” etc.):
The writer wishes to state….
a person who
or is able to
a writer in script.
someone who sells options.
a lawyer or solicitor.
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occasionally do unite alternate history and secret history.
liked to affect the sobriquet the swan of mantua.
This outlook was unlike many of the contemporary white
have been limited by the scientific evidence available at the time.
contemporary to the plague referred to the event as the great mortality.
Rob and his
are in big trouble for adding insults to an alan brady script.
It was also a means of commercial selfpromotion on the part of
Enlightened scholars and
generally preferred it to mohammedanism.
inserted laws, some from earlier independent collections.
Bracken became editor and immediately began to encourage local
British Dictionary definitions for
a person who writes books, articles, etc, esp as an occupation
the person who has written something specified
a person who is able to write or write well
a scribe or clerk
a composer of music
) a legal practitioner, such as a notary or solicitor
Writer to the Signet,
(in Scotland) a member of an ancient society of solicitors, now having the exclusive privilege of preparing crown writs
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