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chi·rog′ra·pher n.
chi′ro·graph′ic (kī′rə-grăf′ĭk), chi′ro·graph′i·cal adj.
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He said he was inspired by Khushal Khan Khattak, one of the great poets of Pashtu and his great grandfather Shamsuddin Khattak, who was also a noted poet and chirographer. Mr Khattak said he has a 300-year-old rare manuscript of Pashtu poetry written by his great grandfather.
Ali, a chirographer, was enjoying morning tea on the balcony of his apartment when he spotted a group of men loading a truck with boxes.
The show presented by Rosie Kay Dance Company explores war in the modern time and was created after chirographer Rosie spent time at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine and with the 4th Battalion The Rifles.