Definition of Scripps
1. Noun. United States newspaper publisher who founded an important press association; half-brother of James Edmund Scripps (1854-1926).
2. Noun. United States newspaper publisher and half-brother of Edward Wyllis Scripps (1835-1908).
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Literary usage of Scripps
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Craftsman by Gustav Stickley (1907)
"said scripps surprised. "Yes! I found you were not at your office as usual, ... scripps looked as embarrassed as a schoolboy caught playing truant. ..."
2. Register by University of California, Berkeley, California, University (1920)
"NUN-RESIDENT OFFICERS OA KO»«ID, Ph.D., 8c,D., Assistant Director of the scripps Institution for Biological Research, Professor of Zoology. ..."
3. Annual Reports by Detroit (Mich, Detroit (Mich.) (1877)
"34 60 68 726 Wm. A. scripps, letter heads City Engineer's office. ... i 60 69 726 Wm. A. scripps, blanks Board of Public Works... 64 02 726 Wm. A. scripps, ..."
4. Bulletin by School of Mines and Metallurgy, University of Missouri (1914)
"There also is evident a broader viewpoint, more tolerance for the opinions of others and more human sympathy and understanding. THE scripps-McRAE FORMULA. ..."
5. "WWJ--The Detroit News": The History of Radiophone Broadcasting by the by Detroit news (1922)
"When James E. scripps laid the corner stone of the little one-story brick addition to a frame house, which constituted the first home of The News, ..."