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Definition of Text hand

Text hand
Text hand Text hand A large hand in writing; -- so called because it was the practice to write the text of a book in a large hand and the notes in a smaller hand.

Meaning of Text hand from wikipedia

- Text messaging, or texting, is the act of composing and sending electronic messages, typically consisting of alphabetic and numeric characters, between...
- A bidirectional text contains two text directionalities, right-to-left (RTL or dextrosinistral) and left-to-right (LTR or sinistrodextral). It generally...
- Loeb Cl****ical Library edition of De finibus, where the Latin text, presented on the left-hand (even) pages, breaks off on page 34 with "Neque porro quisquam...
- example of a printed text is a Buddhist charm, the first full printed book is the Buddhist Diamond Sutra (c. 868) and the first hand colored print is an...
- true grasping hands appear in the mammalian order of primates. Hands must also have opposable thumbs, as described later in the text. The hand is located...
- altering that original text. Text annotations are sometimes referred to as marginalia, though some reserve this term specifically for hand-written notes made...
- invention of the printing press in 1440, before which all religious texts were hand written copies, of which there were relatively limited quantities in...
- pre-Christian form of the Hebrew text". On the other hand, some of the fragments conforming most accurately to the Masoretic text were found in Cave 4. An emphasis...
- For compatibility reasons, this tradition has not changed. Rich text, on the other hand, may contain metadata, character formatting data (e.g. typeface...
- Block letters (known as printscript, m****cript, print writing or ball and stick in academics) are a sans-serif (or "gothic") style of writing Latin script...
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