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au·to·graph

 (ô′tə-grăf′)
n.
1. A person's own signature, especially considered as a collector's item.
2.
a. A person's own handwriting.
b. A manuscript in the author's handwriting.
tr.v. au·to·graphed, au·to·graph·ing, au·to·graphs
1. To write one's name or signature on or in; sign: The actor autographed a picture of himself.
2. To write in one's own handwriting.
adj.
Written in the writer's own handwriting: an autograph letter.

[Late Latin autographum, from neuter of Latin autographus, written with one's own hand, from Greek autographos : auto-, auto- + graphein, to write; see -graph.]

au′to·graph′ic, au′to·graph′i·cal adj.
au′to·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.autographic - written in the author's own handwritingautographic - written in the author's own handwriting
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But when, about half-past nine o'clock, Rabourdin looked at his memorandum he saw at once the effects of the copying process, and all the more readily because he was then considering whether these autographic presses could not be made to do the work of copying clerks.
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With the increasing ubiquity and sophistication of sound recording technology in the mid-20th century, musicians and audiences alike began to pay more attention to the "autographic" elements of musical expression (Gracyk, 1996)--the aspects of the sound, such as timbre and reverberation, that are not typically notated on a score.
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"Autographic Disclosures and Genealogies of Desire in Alison Bechdel's Fun Home." Biography 31.1: 27-58.
Paul's Large Letters: Paul's Autographic Subscriptions in the Light of Ancient Epistolary Conventions
Invoking the emphatically black-and-white periods of Abstract Expressionists Franz Kline and Willem de Kooning, her paintings evidence an autographic directness in the surety of their line work while proposing, intriguingly, "black-and-white" as an independent medium with its own line of vision.
Furlan, "A rapid TLC autographic method for the detection of xanthine oxidase inhibitors and superoxide scavengers," Phytochemical Analysis, vol.
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