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writer

1. a person who is able to write or write well
2. a composer of music
3. Scot a legal practitioner, such as a notary or solicitor
4. Writer to the Signet (in Scotland) a member of an ancient society of solicitors, now having the exclusive privilege of preparing crown writs

writer

[′rīd·ər]
(computer science)
The part of a job entry system that controls output, in particular, the printer and the spool file.

writer

(1) See technical writer and coder.

(2) (Writer) The word processing program in an office suite. See OpenOffice and LibreOffice.
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"We are launching ​the​ company we wish existed when we were starting out in the industry,​" said Victoria Scott, ​Owner of Scribbler. "A box that would improve a writer's craft,​would ​ inspire and motivate them to push onward, would supply quality reading material to learn by, and would lower the divide between publishing professionals and authors."
Ray and I would get up early, drive to the gallops, watch Teenage Scribbler work better than a seller, then dream about spending our winnings.
Fame which fades and also that which is anticipated by the 'scribbler', are the elements which make this a wonderful read and one worth your time.
"We are already waging war with the litterer, the graffiti scribbler and the illegal dumper," said Mayor Sharpe James.
The doer distrusts or despises the scribbler. For, in the capricious and unforgiving world of direct practical action, success often seems to depend on hard work, long experience, the right friends and good luck -- so who needs fancy philosophising?
In more recent decades I have frequently been called Little Scribbler and, while I might have considered litigation at the implied slur to my craft, I didn't think I had any real grounds: I am small and I have scribbled.
Scribbler nearly got caught out being too smug by half over a tweet with Chancellor George Osborne's mug on it.
One Labour councillor told Scribbler, the Chronicle's person in the corridors of power, the North East Chamber of Commerce's 'General Election Ten Commandments' - a small card warning candidates "Thou shalt not take the name of thy constituency in vain" and to "honour thy region" printed especially for the general election - found its way to an event in London, where Labour campaign figures were sharing election revelations.
Get her a supercool card from scribbler.com The huge range of designs mean family members of all ages won't be stuck for ways to say thank you.
Card shop Scribbler has launched a naughty range of anti-Valentine's Day cards so sassy singletons can send each other a cheeky message to mark the day.
Upmarket scribbler and sometime broadcaster Iain Macwhirter would make a great Rector