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amanuensis a secretary or manuscript copyist.
folio a large sheet of paper that has been folded once to form two leaves or four pages of a book or manuscript. [3/6 definitions]
gloss2 an explanatory note, such as a translation of an unusual, foreign, or technical expression, placed between the lines or in the margin of a text or manuscript. [1/3 definitions]
illuminate to decorate (a letter, manuscript, or the like) with colored designs. [1/5 definitions]
miniature a small picture in an illuminated manuscript. [1/6 definitions]
MS3 abbreviation of "manuscript," a text as prepared by the author to submit for publication.
over the transom designating a manuscript or other material that is submitted to a publisher without having been solicited.
proofread to examine (a manuscript or printer's proof) for errors and mark corrections on. [2 definitions]
query a notation, as on a manuscript, that indicates a question to be answered. [1/8 definitions]
stet to mark (previously canceled material on a proof sheet, manuscript, or the like) with the direction "stet". [1/2 definitions]
uncial (sometimes cap.) the uncial style of writing, or a single letter or a manuscript in this style. [1/2 definitions]
vellum a manuscript written or printed on vellum. [1/4 definitions]
verso the reverse side of a manuscript leaf or page, or the left-hand page of an open book. (Cf. recto.)