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ru·bri·cate

 (ro͞o′brĭ-kāt′)
tr.v. ru·bri·cat·ed, ru·bri·cat·ing, ru·bri·cates
1. To arrange, write, or print as a rubric: rubricate letters.
2. To provide with rubrics: rubricate a manuscript.

[Late Latin rūbrīcāre, rūbrīcāt-, to color red, from Latin rūbrīcātus, rubricated, from rūbrīca, rubric; see rubric.]

ru′bri·ca′tion n.
ru′bri·ca′tor n.

rubricate

(ˈruːbrɪˌkeɪt)
vb (tr)
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to print (a book or manuscript) with red titles, headings, etc
2. to mark in red
3. to supply with or regulate by rubrics
[C16: from Latin rubricāre to colour red, from rubrīca red earth; see rubric]
ˌrubriˈcation n
ˈrubriˌcator n

ru•bri•cate

(ˈru brɪˌkeɪt)

v.t. -cat•ed, -cat•ing.
1. to mark or color with red.
2. to furnish with or regulate by rubrics.
[1560–70; < Late Latin rūbrīcātus, past participle of rūbrīcāre to color red, v. derivative of rūbrīc(a) red ocher (see rubric); see -ate1]
ru`bri•ca′tion, n.
ru′bri•ca`tor, n.

rubricate


Past participle: rubricated
Gerund: rubricating

Imperative
rubricate
rubricate
Present
I rubricate
you rubricate
he/she/it rubricates
we rubricate
you rubricate
they rubricate
Preterite
I rubricated
you rubricated
he/she/it rubricated
we rubricated
you rubricated
they rubricated
Present Continuous
I am rubricating
you are rubricating
he/she/it is rubricating
we are rubricating
you are rubricating
they are rubricating
Present Perfect
I have rubricated
you have rubricated
he/she/it has rubricated
we have rubricated
you have rubricated
they have rubricated
Past Continuous
I was rubricating
you were rubricating
he/she/it was rubricating
we were rubricating
you were rubricating
they were rubricating
Past Perfect
I had rubricated
you had rubricated
he/she/it had rubricated
we had rubricated
you had rubricated
they had rubricated
Future
I will rubricate
you will rubricate
he/she/it will rubricate
we will rubricate
you will rubricate
they will rubricate
Future Perfect
I will have rubricated
you will have rubricated
he/she/it will have rubricated
we will have rubricated
you will have rubricated
they will have rubricated
Future Continuous
I will be rubricating
you will be rubricating
he/she/it will be rubricating
we will be rubricating
you will be rubricating
they will be rubricating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rubricating
you have been rubricating
he/she/it has been rubricating
we have been rubricating
you have been rubricating
they have been rubricating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rubricating
you will have been rubricating
he/she/it will have been rubricating
we will have been rubricating
you will have been rubricating
they will have been rubricating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rubricating
you had been rubricating
he/she/it had been rubricating
we had been rubricating
you had been rubricating
they had been rubricating
Conditional
I would rubricate
you would rubricate
he/she/it would rubricate
we would rubricate
you would rubricate
they would rubricate
Past Conditional
I would have rubricated
you would have rubricated
he/she/it would have rubricated
we would have rubricated
you would have rubricated
they would have rubricated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rubricate - place in the church calendar as a red-letter day honoring a saint; "She was rubricated by the pope"
recognise, recognize - show approval or appreciation of; "My work is not recognized by anybody!"; "The best student was recognized by the Dean"
2.rubricate - furnish with rubrics or regulate by rubrics; "the manuscript is not rubricated"
format, arrange - set (printed matter) into a specific format; "Format this letter so it can be printed out"
3.rubricate - decorate (manuscripts) with letters painted red; "In this beautiful book, all the place names are rubricated"
artistic creation, artistic production, art - the creation of beautiful or significant things; "art does not need to be innovative to be good"; "I was never any good at art"; "he said that architecture is the art of wasting space beautifully"
illuminate - add embellishments and paintings to (medieval manuscripts)
4.rubricate - sign with a mark instead of a name
sign, subscribe - mark with one's signature; write one's name (on); "She signed the letter and sent it off"; "Please sign here"
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The main evaluation criteria for the ranking were the quality of the faculty, the rank of university subjects, the recognition of scientific, innovative and practical achievements by the Russian professional community, as well as information about the university in the State rubricator of scientific and technical information (GRNTI).
(32) A later hand, apparently that of the original rubricator, has inserted the word noch in red ink with an upward caret below the line.
The other scribe, given his polished formal script and lead role, was likely the older of the pair and may well have acted as the young man's mentor in both clerical training and scrivening, for in all their joint work the Harley scribe assumes secondary place: rubricator, glossator, user.
(Vease, especialmente Brookhart, 1999, Chicago Public Schools 1999, ERIC/AE 2000, Moskall 2000a y 2000b, Schrock 2000 y Pickett y Dodge 2001.) Tambien existen herramientas que permiten la creacion de rubricas para distintos tipos de producto final de modo automatico o semi-automatico (Rubricator es una aplicacion informatica para crear rubricas http://www.rubrics.com/rubricator/index.html.
If a buyer made a selection from fascicles that had already been copied, or demanded familiar texts that the bookseller already had in stock, as Robinson suggests, the first scribe might well have wanted to give these fascicles as homogenous an appearance as possible by employing a single rubricator and a single artist for the decorated initials.
(6.) The name of this character (and all other characters) is given by the rubricator in the single extant manuscript of the Jeu de saint Nicolas.
But his discussion of the visual presentation of this composition in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 201, the unique manuscript witness, obscures certain features of the presentation, features that suggest that if the earlier editors and commentators concerned with this poem erred in treating it as two poems instead of one, their mistake might well have duplicated a mistake that Anglo-Saxon readers (perhaps including the CCCC 201 scribe and its rubricator - or both) might have made themselves.
Municipale 549 they are again at the bottom of a page, but the rubricator has marked them for insertion after 3.13.50.
Even in the case of a sole extant medieval text, it may be a copy of a copy or the result of a group production (scribe, rubricator, illuminator), in which case variance was introduced at each stage.
25 The rubricator of the Arsenal Old Testament uses the Vulgate designation of I-IV Kings rather than I-II Samuel and I-II Kings.
Eckhardt's account of Castleford's Chronicle treats the text as a witness to the development of the Brut tradition in a northern English context, tracing its surviving manuscript from its Yorkshire origins as an imperfect collaboration between two main scribes and a rubricator through to its eighteenth-century arrival in continental Europe among the household goods of a Londoner working in Germany, who may well have shared some similar bureaucratic interests and civic responsibilities as much earlier metropolitan readers of the text.