typescript

noun
type·​script | \ˈtīp-ˌskript \

Definition of typescript 

: a typewritten manuscript especially : one intended for use as printer's copy

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Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Rick Callahan, Indianapolis Star, "Author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation at IUPUI," 16 Apr. 2018 Those items made the trip from California to Indiana in 2013 in a 53-foot moving van that also included a cache of Bradbury’s typescripts and other documents donated by his long-time friend and principal bibliographer, Donn Albright. Washington Post, "Trove of author Ray Bradbury’s papers set for preservation," 15 Apr. 2018 When Sandra Allen was studying nonfiction writing at the University of Iowa, her Uncle Bob sent her the typescript of his autobiography. Laurie Hertzel, Detroit Free Press, "Books: Inside the mind of an endearing schizophrenic," 24 Feb. 2018 Davis’ bounty of work is a treasure trove of black excellence, including a yellowed typescript of Davis’s 1974 autobiography, complete with neatly handwritten queries and comments from her editor, Toni Morrison. Angela Helm, The Root, "Angela Davis Frees Herself of Her Personal Archives, Which Go to Harvard," 14 Feb. 2018

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First Known Use of typescript

1893, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for typescript

type + manuscript

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