Of all these MSS., but nine are so well preserved that, in spite of some minor breaks, they can be considered complete.
For the MSS., it needs but a slight examination to show that they are from different hands.
He classified the MSS., and made an excellent catalogue of them, and when they came to be sold by auction they realised 356.
This word, not clearly written in all MSS., has been mistaken for ytm.
Two letters now obsolete are common in fourteenth-century MSS.: and .
This is the earliest of the three MSS., for it only extends to the year 1608.
This work exists only in two MSS., neither being of early date, viz.
The 'reasons' are not recondite; for fifteen MSS., at the least, have this arrangement.
I simply write straight on, and never copy my MSS., and pity the poor printers who have to decipher my hieroglyphics.
There are other MSS., but they are all either mutilated or of much later date.
A title used before a woman's name, pronounced “Miz” and corresponding to Mr. before a man's.
Note: Feminists have urged the use of Ms. because, unlike Miss or Mrs., it does not identify a woman by her marital status. (See feminism.)