The scribe for Sporting News befriended Ghawi after exchanging messages with her online, he told The Daily Beast.
Crowned by The Washington Post scribe Chris Cillizza, Obama was awarded the dubious honor of having the Worst Week in Washington.
Former Clinton scribe Mark Katz remembers his eloquence, deference—and classic Gridiron zingers.
Doing research for a PhD project, he became a scribe of the tribe on their urban adventures.
He had beautiful handwriting, a very important talent for a scribe.
The scribe waited to hear him pass up-stairs, or settle himself in an armchair in the kitchen.
In her suite was the prophet Ollam Folla, and his scribe Bereg.
On the other hand, the work of the scribe is the highest of all, and the scribe has no taxes to pay.
I aint much of a scribe, as you know, so I judge you haven't been surprised at not hearing of me.
It is not probable, I believe, that the author dictated this forthwith to the scribe.
c.1200, "professional interpreter of the Jewish Law" (late 11c. as a surname), from Church Latin scriba "teacher of Jewish law," used in Vulgate to render Greek grammateus (corresponding to Hebrew sopher "writer, scholar"), special use of Latin scriba "keeper of accounts, secretary, writer," from past participle stem of scribere "to write;" see script (n.). Sense "one who writes, official or public writer" in English is from late 14c.
"to write," mid-15c., from Latin scribere "to write" (see script (n.)).