(1) The letter is also written in print, not in cursive script, perhaps to ensure legibility in a cramped space.(2) A single note on pristine white paper and written in a highly cursive hand lay on the pillow.(3) In response, he developed a modified version of the Arabic alphabet in which each letter has a single form and in which letters can be written separately rather than linked together in the usual cursive style.(4) A rarity is the bowl in the shape of an abalone shell shown in Plates V and Va, which has a classical Japanese poem written in cursive script on the edge of the bowl while the figural scene illustrates the poem.(5) In perfect, flawless, sharp cursive , it read, ├ö├ç├┐what are you talking about?├ö├ç├û(6) She would lean over shoulders in supermarkets, bend over wrinkled, hunched backs and peer underneath registers to look at traces of sentences being scribbled in cursive .(7) Kris was hiding behind her hair the best she could but was wearing a pair of ripped jeans, a white tee with the words Coca-Cola written across the chest in red cursive , her black hoodie with the large heart-a-gram on the back and her Chucks.(8) It is written in a flowing cursive script in alphabet that has never been seen elsewhere.(9) Unlike the more cursive style of contemporary scribes, this hand is akin to a conventional liturgical script.(10) Grandma fills her letters with the mundane day-to-day activities of a woman approaching eighty along with all the gossip of the small rural district she lives in, all written in this fantastic cursive script.(11) Uncial continued to be used for high-grade books, especially in Italy and Gaul, but throughout much of the West minuscules emerged influenced by Roman cursive , with attendant problems of lack of consistency and legibility.(12) By the 13th century England had reinvented cursive script for documents (cursiva anglicana), joined in the early 14th century by French ├ö├ç├┐secretary├ö├ç├û.(13) Sitting down at my desk, I took out my diary and set it out, flipping through the pages and seeing my own flowing cursive , seeing the curses, seeing the dreams, and I could see everything just flowing by like time could be tracked.(14) While I can not claim that italic cursive is the easiest thing to learn, it does look very nice.(15) Then I fell to my knees and wrote I love Zach neatly in my slanted cursive script across the pavement.(16) New cursive is the form that Roman minuscule assumed in about the fourth - fifth century in the documentary, administrative, and common writings of the empire, and it became the most widespread and free style of late ancient Latin writing.