Some articles on write:
... Bachus 212,751 87.94% Terry Reagin Libertarian 28,189 11.65% Write-ins 977 0.41% 2002 (no candidate) Spencer Bachus 178,171 89.83% J ... Holden McAllister Libertarian 19,639 9.90% Write-ins 536 0.27% 2004 (no candidate) Spencer Bachus 264,819 98.80% Write-ins 3,224 1.20% 2006 (no candidate) Spencer Bachus 163,514 98.33% Write-ins 2,786 ... In 1994, write-ins received 145 votes ...
... ad Bussed Address/data bus sel System I/O read/write select write System I/O read/write specifier ack System DMA read/write acknowledge err System DMA error reset System System reset clk System Channel ...
... write can refer to several Unix commands ... All known variations of write are used to write messages to another user ...
... Sheena and Izawa write a musical score ... Since Ukigumo cannot write a score, Izawa or Sheena (mainly Izawa) copies down his tune in the studio ... Hata stubbornly kept refusing to write music, even declining to write lyrics when Sheena asked him to ...
... I'd write a verse and then I couldn't write the chorus or I'd write the chorus but couldn't write the bridge ...
More definitions of "write":
- (verb): Communicate or express by writing.
Example: "Please write to me every week"
- (verb): Mark or trace on a surface.
Example: "The artist wrote Chinese characters on a big piece of white paper"
- (verb): Write music.
- (verb): Write or name the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word).
- (verb): Communicate by letter.
Example: "He wrote that he would be coming soon"
- (verb): Have (one's written work) issued for publication.
Example: "How many books did Georges Simenon write?"
- (verb): Record data on a computer.
Example: "Boot-up instructions are written on the hard disk"
Famous quotes containing the word write:
“Only truthful hands write true poems. I cannot see any basic difference between a handshake and a poem.”
—Paul Celan [Paul Antschel] (19201970)
“No one can write a best-seller by taking thought. The slightest touch of insincerity blurs its appeal. The writer who keeps his tongue in his cheek, who knows that he is writing for fools and that, therefore, he had better write like a fool, makes a respectable living out of serials and novelettes; but he will never make the vast, the blaring, half a million success. That comes of blended sincerity and vitality.”
—Rebecca West (18921983)
“Writers dont write from experience, although many are hesitant to admit that they dont. ...If you wrote from experience, youd get maybe one book, maybe three poems. Writers write from empathy.”
—Nikki Giovanni (b. 1943)