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scripts, plural;
  1. Write a script for (a play, movie, or broadcast)

  1. A doctor's prescription

  1. a written version of a play or other dramatic composition; used in preparing for a performance
  2. write a script for; "The playwright scripted the movie"
  3. handwriting: something written by hand; "she recognized his handwriting"; "his hand was illegible"
  4. a particular orthography or writing system
  5. (scripted) written as for a film or play or broadcast
  6. SCRIPT/VS is a text formatting language developed at IBM in the 1980s. SCRIPT/VS uses inline commands such as .ce to center a piece of text, or .sp 3 to add three lines of vertical space.
  7. SCRIPT is the acronym for the Scottish Centre for Research in Intellectual Property and Technologies, located at the School of Law in the University of Edinburgh. SCRIPT is also known as the AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law. ...
  8. A script is a document describing the narrative and dialogue of a comic book in detail. It is the comic book equivalent of a television program teleplay or a film screenplay.
  9. A scripting language, script language or extension language is a programming language that allows control of one or more software applications. ...
  10. SCRIPT is a standard promulgated by the National Council for Prescription Drug Programs for the electronically-transmitted medical prescriptions in the United States.
  11. A screenplay or script is a written work that is made especially for a film or television program. Screenplays can be original works or adaptations from existing pieces of writing. A play for television is known as a teleplay.
  12. (obsolete) A writing; a written document; Written characters; style of writing; Type made in imitation of handwriting; (law) An original instrument or document; The written document containing the dialogue and action for a drama; the text of a stage play, movie, or other performance. ...
  13. (scripted) Planned
  14. Scripts can run either on the user’s browser (client-side scripts) (see Web browser) or on the web server (server-side scripts).
  15. (SCRIPTS) Programming, installed on your website which allows manipulating information. Scripts can make widgets move, count down product quantity, add shopping carts, maintain a guest book and more.
  16. (SCRIPTS) Transactional analysts believe that most people are basically OK and in difficulty only because their parents (or other grownups and influential young people) have exposed them to powerful injunctions and attributions with long-term harmful effects.
  17. (Scripts (S)) Scripts call a function to 1.Acess Data 2. Execute routine procedures The function either: 1. Execute the routine procedure for the script the final value. 2. Return data after reading the data sheet
  18. (Scripts) A function code that is executed when a page loads from the web.
  19. (Scripts) A representation of a schema in terms of a sequence of abstract actions with slots for specific instances. See [Schank77] and schema. [Omerod90].
  20. (Scripts) A set of instructions for web browsers. Used to enter text, HTML, and any Microsofts Visual Scripting Edition (VBScipt) code.
  21. (Scripts) In addition to plug-ins, which are programs written in the C language, GIMP can also make use of scripts. ...
  22. (Scripts) Indus · Brahmi · Brahmic family: Devanagari · Sinhala · Telugu · Tamil · Gurmukhi · Bengali · Ranjana · Oriya · Malayalam · Kannada · Gujarati · Arabic: Nasta'liq · Shahmukhi
  23. (Scripts) Pre-made coding languages that are used by the public.
  24. (Scripts) The Rails framework has many supporting scripts for performing various tasks inside the framework. These scripts lie inside this folder.
  25. (Scripts) The common day routines that allow people to function effectiviely.  eg. the procedure when one goes to the shops, or goes to the movies, or looks after a baby/pet.  Adults need to model these scripts so that children can learn appropriate behaviours.