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man·u·script
[man-yuh-skript]
NOUN
1.
the original text of an author's work, handwritten or now usually typed, that is submitted to a publisher.
2.
any text not printed.
3.
a book or document written before the invention of printing.
4.
writing, as distinguished from print.
ADJECTIVE
5.
handwritten or typed, not professionally printed.
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