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handwrite

[hand-rahyt] /ˈhændˌraɪt/
verb (used with object), handwrote or (Archaic) handwrit; handwritten or (Archaic) handwrit; handwriting.
1.
to write (something) by hand.
Origin
1840-1850
1840-50; back formation from handwriting
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  • Allow them to handwrite recommendations in their native language.
  • Some people buy cards upon graduation for each of their advisees and handwrite a detailed letter to go inside it.
  • There is a software that requires you to handwrite the characters on a pad and then machine print the words.
  • Although students are asked to handwrite their responses, you can type yours in the space provided.
  • If your laptop or the software is not operational on the day of the examination, you will have to handwrite the examination.
  • If you choose to use the fill-in option, please do not handwrite any other data on the form other than your signature.
  • Previously, inspectors had to handwrite each violation on the form.
  • Please do not handwrite any data on this form other than your signature.
  • handwrite a note or call to thank people for stopping by the office.
  • If you handwrite the form, print legibly in ink using a medium to thick pen.

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