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(skrīb), Jewish scholar and teacher (called in Hebrew, Soferim) of law as based upon the Old Testament and accumulated traditions. The work of the scribes laid the basis for the Oral Law, as distinct from the Written Law of the Torah. The period of their activity is in doubt. They may have been active from the time of Ezra (c.444 B.C.) to that of Simeon the Just. In Talmudic literature, the term may be applied to any interpreter of the Law from Moses to the period just before the compilation of the MishnaMishna
, in Judaism, codified collection of Oral Law—legal interpretations of portions of the biblical books of Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy and other legal material. Together with the Gemara, or Amoraic commentary on the Mishna, it comprises the Talmud.
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1. Old Testament a recognized scholar and teacher of the Jewish Law
2. Judaism a man qualified to write certain documents in accordance with religious requirements

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Augustin Eugène . 1791--1861, French author or coauthor of over 350 vaudevilles, comedies, and libretti for light opera

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A text-formatting language by Brian Reid.
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Patient surveys consisted of 6 closed-end questions regarding comfort level with the scribe in the exam room, willingness to have a scribe present for subsequent visits, importance of the scribe being the same gender/age as the patient, and overall satisfaction with the scribe's presence (table 1).
Beilin Health, and many practices transitioning to team-based care, do not use medical students as scribes but rather "train up" employed certified medical assistants and licensed practical nurses to perform what they call "team documentation.
That's created an opportunity for scribes to bring greater efficiency to the health care sector, said Alex Geesbreght, president of PhysAssist, a medical scribe staffing company based in Fort Worth.
ACMSS certifies all scribes in the outpatient setting by specialty for this purpose,” said ACMSS President and CEO Kristin Hagen.
Verbally detailing a patient's exam, diagnoses and treatments for the benefit of a medical scribe in the patient's presence allows the patient to understand the physician's thought processes.
Derek Dewan, former chairman and chief executive officer of Scribe Solutions, Inc.
I regretted the fact that the personality of the individual scribe is not taken into account--Wakelin would probably say "cannot be taken into account" in a study of this sort.
Connection to Melissa Data's services is available through Scribe Online, Scribe's cloud-based gateway offering a single access point to an ecosystem of integration points for CRM, marketing automation, and ERP users.
Scribal corruption and the danger of the incompetent scribe (a popular topic of complaint for medieval authors) is a familiar issue for manuscript scholars.
If I were still in practice, 1 think I could easily rationalize the cost of a scribe if he or she allowed me to get home an hour or two earlier.
In this song, a young lady extols the beauty and style of her man, who is a scribe.
The Mobile Digital Scribe writes with ink on paper just like a regular pen, but when its sensor is clipped to the top of the page, it simultaneously scans and stores your writing, allowing you to upload handwritten memos to your PC.