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This modification would be considerably more throughgoing in the case of a constrained scribe, while a literatim scribe would essentially produce the system of the exemplar, with some variation in areas where his own written usage differs widely from the former.
However, in the thirteenth century most scribes were still trained in copying Latin, a practice that presupposed literatim copying.
If my view that the I layer is anterior to II is correct (and the tendency of the Minor Poems added in X to side with II rather than I perhaps supports it), we find in the later thirteenth century our texts meeting a somewhat conservative orthographic influence, and then being reproduced by a literatim copyist with a "professional" (9) hand (and appended to an archaistic copy of Lazamon's antiquarian Brut).
A broad historical development has been traced from late Old English literatim copying to translation into regional orthographies; and this has been correlated with contextual changes: the tradition of literatim copying was sustained by Anglo-Saxon monasticism, while wider vernacular literacy lies behind the later strengthening of written dialect.
First, it suggests what may have happened between the stages of literatim copying and translation into regional dialect.
Tote: 14 Art Trader, 16 Ancient World, Autumn Glory, Able Baker Charlie, Coat of Honour, Gatwick, Jazz Messenger, 20 Battle Chant, Desert Lord, Dunaskin, Fine Silver, Funfair, Literatim, Masafi, Pedrillo, Polygonal, Sky Quest, Take A Bow, Zonus, 25 Amandus, Audience, Boule d'Or, Brindisi, Counsels Opinion, Everest, Famous Grouse, Hawridge Prince, Ice Palace, Invasion, Norton, Portmanteau, Prize Time, Seven Year Itch, Spanish Don, St Petersberg, Vortex, Zero Tolerance, Zonergem, 33 bar.
Coral: 12 Art Trader, 16 Autumn Glory, Coat Of Honour, Gatwick, Take A Bow, 20 Able Baker Charlie, Audience, Battle Chant, Fine Silver, Pedrillo, Sky Quest, Zonus, 25 Ancient World, Blue Spinnaker, Cape Vincent, Desert Lord, Dunaskin, Everest, Funfair, Hawridge Prince, Impeller, Invasian, Jazz Messenger, Literatim, Masafi, Norton, Polygonal, Vortex, Zero Tolerance, 33 bar.
Ladbrokes:14 Art Trader, Coat Of Honour, 16 Fine Silver, Gatwick, 20 Able Baker Charlie, Desert Lord, Invasian, Literatim, Pedrillo, Sky Quest, Take A Bow, 25 Ancient World, Audience, Autumn Glory, Battle Chant, Blue Spinnaker, Cape Vincent, Dark Charm, Dunaskin, Everest, Funfair, Hawridge Prince, Ice Palace, Jazz Messenger, Masafi, Norton, Polygonal, Prize Time, Vortex, Zero Tolerance, Zonus, 33 bar.
William Hill: 14 Art Trader, 16 Able Baker Charlie, Coat Of Honour, Gatwick, Jazz Messenger, 20 Autumn Glory, Battle Chant, Desert Lord, Dunaskin, Fine Silver, Funfair, Literatim, Masafi, Pedrillo, Polygonal, Sky Quest, Take A Bow, Zonus, 25 Ancient World, Amandus, Audience, Boule d'Or, Brindisi, Counsel's Opinion, Everest, Hawridge Prince, Ice Palace, Invasion, Norton, Portmanteau, Prize Time, Seven Year Itch, Spanish Don, St Petersberg, Vortex, Zero Tolerance, Zonergem, 33 bar.
Mills admitted no-one in the stands was left in any doubt about his allegiance as the front-runner powered clear to beat Literatim.
The key horse in this race is the Luca Cumani-trained Literatim, who makes his handicap debut on only his third start after winning a maiden at Doncaster from odds-on Kauri Forest(the pair well clear).
There was another shock for punters when 4-9 favourite Kauri Forest found little in front and was caught by Literatim, a 3-1 chance, in the closing stages of the seven-furlong maiden.