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(Originator), noun architect, auctor, begetter, causer, composer, contriver, creator, deviser, discoverer, effecter, fabricator, founder, generator, inaugurator, initiator, innovater, institutor, introducer, inventor, maker, manufacturer, occasioner, organizer, parent, prime mover, producer, sire
Associated concepts: copyright
Foreign phrases: Culpa tenet suos auctores.Fault binds its own authors.

author

(Writer), noun compiler, composer of a literrry work, drafter, essayist, literary person, man of letters, person who writes, scriptor, verse maker
Associated concepts: copyright, plagiarism
See also: architect, compose, derivation, elicit, engender, generate, invent, make, maker, originate, undersigned
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The authours, claiming to be from Swiggy's sales team, say that big name restaurants will never pay more than 20%, which means this 30% commission will have to be born by the smaller players only, thereby eating into their profit margins.
2) "Vpon Master William Shakespeare, the Deceased Authour, and his Poems," in Poems: Written by Wil.
In the dedicatory epistle, Heywood states that the play was "composed by so worthy an Authour as Mr.
Leur nombre s'est par la suite stabilise authour d'une centaine chaque anne, ce qui represente une dizaine de milliers d'eleves moilises.
As an authour in the holistic health field who specializes in electromedicine, I was very impressed with the range of therapies available in Dr.
vision partnered with Quark to supply Xpress Authour for Microsoft Word, which helps authours to create reusable XML content for Quark's Dynamic Publishing Solution.
The authour, whose latest and fifth book, A Quiet Belief in Angels, has been added to the renowned Richard and Judy Book Club, will be at the library on Wednesday at 2pm.
The authour would like to thank Emma Claiden, David King, Steve Rayment and Mike Thomas for their considerable help with this article.
McCarthy selected a publishing house, Authour House of the United Kingdom, and an illustrator, Nick Dimitriadis of Athens, Greece, and ordered 750 copies of her book.
Henryson shows himself to be a deft and literary translator as he begins his tale with an allusion to Aesop which is a literary sleight of hand: 'Esope, myne authour, makis mentioun | Of twa myis, and thay wer sisteris deir' (ll.
Anne Fine Hon DLitt (Doctor of Letters): Award winning authour and Warwick graduate Anne Fine is perhaps best known for her children's books of which she has written more than 50.
Incidentally, the map's author is confirmed by a sentence in Ortelius's essay: "Yet by the letters of Velleius, the authour of this charte, which he wrote vnto me.