DOME PALM OF UPPER EGYPT] From the text itself we can learn that the early copiers of the Bible thought those manuscripts most valuable which were most full.
But in the manuscripts from which all the different editions of the statutes, preceding that of Mr Ruffhead, were printed, the copiers had never transcribed this regulation beyond the price of twelve shillings.
In the composition of this statute, the legislature itself seems to have been as negligent as the copiers were in the transcription of the other.
The principles of his main text, to which his copiers all confine themselves, then took the following form: "The quantity of a syllable, is that time which is occupied in pronouncing it.
On this the copiers employed by Eumenes wrote their books upon sheepskins, which were called charta pergamena, or parchment, from the name of the city in which they were written.
Most people are imitators andcopiers of their past selves.
We are creatures of habits, "imitators and copiers of our past selves.
There were many persons employed to copy out books, but they were very dear, although the copiers had small wages.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "copiers" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.