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  • Characters required for a given script may be spread out over several different blocks.
  • The final script and the final film are actually very close.
  • Over time, these were largely adopted in the other languages that use the script.
  • They also had a hand in the scripts of many of their films.
  • The results of violence were only ever presented when it was required for the script.
  • One is its scripting language which is further developed with each version.
  • He left the position after six months to become the script editor for Doctor Who.
  • The scripts are kept clean by leaving them to dry outside every year.
  • He then moved into television production, scripting and voice-over work.
  • They both speak the same language but would have different scripts.
  • It is limited in terms of quality to what the highest scripting office can produce.
  • He knew he had found the source of the script.
  • He scripted and presented the first fifty episodes, then turned some of them into books.
  • They purchased his script, bought several others, and hired him on staff.
  • When their script was finished they were unable to sell it.
  • Critics noted that most of the scripts did not measure up to the first series.
  • Shock has been adapted and re-scripted several times since it started out.
  • A list of all the characters given actual names in the script, or with a spoken role.
  • She has since appeared in numerous movies and both reality and scripted television programs.
  • Several scripting changes were made before the voice and film recording.
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Meaning of script

  • noun A written version of a play or other dramatic composition; used in preparing for a performance
  • noun A particular orthography or writing system
  • verb Write a script for
    The playwright scripted the movie