An impatient lower court forced her to change it to the demotic “Gregorio,” noting that Venerdi was “a ridiculous name.”
The demotic self-deprecation barely masks a vast ambition, which is a kind of deception in itself, or an artifice.
Anything but demotic is Amar Bhide's A Call For Judgment, subtitled "Sensible Finance For A Dynamic Economy."
Examples of both hieroglyphic and demotic writing are given in the plates accompanying this sketch.
The Hieratic, like the demotic, is always written from right to left.
Two examples of this decree are known, inscribed in hieroglyphic, demotic and Greek.
It is a stel of black basalt, bearing an inscription in Hieroglyphic, demotic, and Greek.
You will remember how complex were the Egyptian styles of writing—both hieroglyphic and demotic.
No one any longer wrote in the hieroglyphic, hieratic, or demotic scripts; in a word, the hieroglyphic writing was forgotten.
(Physcon) demotic contracts are particularly abundant, but they cease entirely after the first century of Roman rule.
1822, from Greek demotikos "of or for the common people, in common use," from demos "common people," originally "district," from PIE *da-mo- "division," from root *da- "to divide" (see tide). In contrast to hieratic. Originally of the simpler of two forms of ancient Egyptian writing; broader sense is from 1831; used of Greek since 1927.