Definitions for "Manuscript"
Written with or by the hand; not printed; as, a manuscript volume.
An original literary or musical composition written by the author, formerly with the hand, now usually by typewriter or word processor. It is contrasted with a printed copy.
Writing, as opposed to print; as, the book exists only in manuscript.
Manuscripts are unpublished documents. For family history purposes they relate to unpublished family histories or collections of family papers such as diaries, letters, deeds and certificates.
document that contains the music for a performance
manuscripts are usually unpublished family histories or collections of family papers. Depending on what the manuscript contains, you may be able to find all kinds of family information. Generally, you will find more than just names, birth dates, and death dates.
These easy-to-read, single listings are perfect for telemarketing or inquiry follow-ups. Each manuscript is individually printed on a laser printer for maximum legibility.
See paper. Minor revisions            If a referee deems that a paper needs minor revisions, they are stating that they accept the paper to be published if the author is willing to make a few minor changes. Papers needing minor revisions do not need to be re-refereed.
A script before it has been published.
Keywords:  convince, yourself, better, edit, read
a living organism and you can over edit, over read and convince yourself you can make it better
an interview with a prospective agent or editor
a unit formed by assembling in sequence a series of smaller units
Keywords:  precious, thing, heart, close
a precious thing, close to the heart
Original drawing of a map as compiled from various data sources.