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Journalist vs. Scribe

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Journalistnoun

(originally) The keeper of a personal journal, who writes in it regularly.

Scribenoun

Someone who writes; a draughtsperson; a writer for another; especially, an official or public writer; an amanuensis, secretary, notary, or copyist.

Journalistnoun

One whose occupation is journalism, originally only writing in the printed press.

Scribenoun

A person who writes books or documents by hand as a profession.W

Journalistnoun

A reporter, who professionally does living reporting on news and current events.

Scribenoun

(archaic) A writer and doctor of the law; one skilled in the law and traditions; one who read and explained the law to the people.

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Journalistnoun

One who keeps a journal or diary; a diarist.

Scribenoun

A very sharp, steel drawing implement used in engraving and etching, a scriber.

Journalistnoun

One whose occupation is to write for any of the public news media, such as newspapers, magazines, radio, television, or internet; also, an editorial or other professional writer for a periodical.

Scribenoun

(in particular) A journalist.

Journalistnoun

a writer for newspapers and magazines

Scribeverb

To write.

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Journalistnoun

someone who keeps a diary or journal

Scribeverb

To write, engrave, or mark upon; to inscribe.

Journalist

A journalist is an individual trained to collect/gather information in form of text, audio or pictures, processes them to a news-worthy form and disseminates it to the public. The act or process mainly done by the journalist is called journalism.

Scribeverb

To record.

Scribeverb

To write or draw with a scribe.

Scribeverb

(carpentry) To cut (anything) in such a way as to fit closely to a somewhat irregular surface, as a baseboard to a floor which is out of level, a board to the curves of a moulding, etc.; so called because the workman marks, or scribes, with the compasses the line that he afterwards cuts.

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Scribeverb

To score or mark with compasses or a scribing iron.

Scribenoun

One who writes; a draughtsman; a writer for another; especially, an offical or public writer; an amanuensis or secretary; a notary; a copyist.

Scribenoun

A writer and doctor of the law; one skilled in the law and traditions; one who read and explained the law to the people.

Scribeverb

To write, engrave, or mark upon; to inscribe.

Scribeverb

To cut (anything) in such a way as to fit closely to a somewhat irregular surface, as a baseboard to a floor which is out of level, a board to the curves of a molding, or the like; - so called because the workman marks, or scribes, with the compasses the line that he afterwards cuts.

Scribeverb

To score or mark with compasses or a scribing iron.

Scribeverb

To make a mark.

β€˜With the separated points of a pair of spring dividers scribe around the edge of the templet.’;

Scribenoun

French playwright (1791-1861)

Scribenoun

informal terms for journalists

Scribenoun

someone employed to make written copies of documents and manuscripts

Scribenoun

a sharp-pointed awl for marking wood or metal to be cut

Scribeverb

score a line on with a pointed instrument, as in metalworking

Scribe

A scribe is a person who serves as a professional copyist, especially one who made copies of manuscripts before the invention of automatic printing.The profession of the scribe, previously widespread across cultures, lost most of its prominence and status with the advent of the printing press. The work of scribes can involve copying manuscripts and other texts as well as secretarial and administrative duties such as the taking of dictation and keeping of business, judicial, and historical records for kings, nobles, temples, and cities.

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