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penmanship in Communications topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpenmanshippen‧man‧ship /ˈpenmənʃɪp/ noun [uncountable]  formalTCWRITE the art of writing by hand, or skill in this art children practicing their penmanship
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penmanshippenmanship exercisesDifficulty with writing and penmanship is often a result of motor-planning trouble or perceptual motor challenges.The Spirit of the Letter pays a good deal of attention to the vellum / scribe / fine penmanship side of the lettering question.And those of us with horrible penmanship might even use it for more intimate correspondence.Clumsiness and poor penmanship may be suggestive of both physiological weaknesses and work inhibition.Work-inhibited students display poor penmanship and generally turn in sloppy-looking and disorganized paperwork. 18.Doctors are notorious for their poor penmanship, and the jokes are many.Poor Penmanship Many work-inhibited students have poor penmanship.Issues related to penmanship and fine-motor skills are considered in Chapter 5.