Definition of Rubrications
1. rubrication [n] - See also: rubrication
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rubrications
Literary usage of Rubrications
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions by Glasgow Archaeological Society (1903)
"The series of black ink rubrications starts as a crumpled fly-leaf, with a note of six heads, all concerning King Arthur. ..."
2. Transactions by Glasgow Archaeological Society (1900)
"From the beginning of the MS. to folio 55b only selections are given; from folio 55b to folio 81b, where the original MS. now ends, the rubrications are ..."
3. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1887)
"... in honour of which the hospital was founded, and this, with all the rubrications, seems to have been done by Cok himself, who has worked his own shield, ..."
4. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1902)
"The attractiveness of psychological thinking can never be set before the youthful student by definitions and rubrications, however clear and logical these ..."
5. Books in Manuscript: A Short Introduction to Their Study and Use, with a by Falconer Madan (1893)
"... must at all times have been treated with more respect than the designers of capital letters, marginal ornaments, rubrications, and headlines, ..."
6. Book Auction Recordsby Frank Karslake by Frank Karslake (1906)
"rubrications and many of the Prayers in English (imperfect at beginning and end), old stamped cf. waf, 410 (Probably printed at Paris, ..."
7. Early Printed Books by Edward Gordon Duff (1893)
"... dated book is of the year 1473, yet we know from the rubrications of a copy of the Latin Bible in the library at Freiburg, that that book .was finished, ..."