penman


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pen·man

 (pĕn′mən)
n.
1. A copyist; a scribe.
2. An expert in penmanship.
3. An author; a writer.

penman

(ˈpɛnmən)
n, pl -men
1. a person skilled in handwriting
2. a person who writes by hand in a specified way: a bad penman.
3. an author
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.penman - informal terms for journalists
journalist - a writer for newspapers and magazines
Translations

penman

[ˈpenmən] N (penmen (pl)) → calígrafo m, pendolista m
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The bachelor offered to write the letters in reply for Teresa; but she did not care to let him mix himself up in her affairs, for she thought him somewhat given to joking; and so she gave a cake and a couple of eggs to a young acolyte who was a penman, and he wrote for her two letters, one for her husband and the other for the duchess, dictated out of her own head, which are not the worst inserted in this great history, as will be seen farther on.
The Captain evidently was not a great penman, and Rosamond reflected that the sisters might have been abroad.
For his errand at Torwood Park was a political one; it was the place of appointment named by no less a person than the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir Howard Horne, then introducing his so-called Socialist budget, and prepared to expound it in an interview with so promising a penman.
Having broken his collarbone early after coming to SJP, Penman still managed 21 matches and seven goals that glorious season.
Penman (pictured) made 65 appearances for the Magpies between 1963 and 1966, scoring 18 goals.
Penman has spent 33 years in policing, and was appointed HM Chief Inspector - the senior professional police adviser to ministers - in 2014.
gt; James Penman In his new role at Allied Irish Bank (GB) he is responsible for the south Wales region, which includes a team of relationship and business development managers focused on hotel, healthcare, manufacturing and professional services sectors, as well as dedicated on-the-ground support staff.
Penman played 306 games and scored 141 goals for the Dark Blues.
Steve Penman spent his entire 40-year career growing as an individual and improving the claims industry; I can think of no better way to celebrate and extend his legacy than establishing an academic scholarship in his name," Dave North, Sedgwick president and CEO and former Spencer Educational Foundation board member, said in a press release.
The king did not do this alone, of course, and Penman discusses the important part played by the church, such as that of Robert Wishart, Bishop of Glasgow, who may have stimulated and encouraged Robert with his own passion for a united, independent Scotland, as well as Robert's own personal religious devotion, which formed a major constituent of his character.
Penman pleaded guilty to affray on October 6 last year and in his basis of plea he said the salesman, apparently selling insulation, banged on his door.
Andrew Penman tells his life story in a new book - The Long Road: A Journey to Health and Happiness via Brain Trauma.