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  • n  someone employed to make written copies of documents and manuscripts

  • It's not so much that Borduas was a copyist as that he was opening himself up to learning.
  • In the age of the ready-made and the copyist, private luxuries are now public domain.
  • So when lost-in-thought Professor Sylvester Gayton trips into the Pitti or Uffizi, guards jump to attention, bow low, chatter thereafter of the lucky copyist whose work he has .

  • Gioacchino Rossini in Vancouver Sun
    Nothing primes inspiration more than necessity, whether it be the presence of a copyist waiting for your work or the prodding of an impresario tearing his hair. In my time, all the impresarios in Italy were bald at thirty,is in fact what...

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