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11-09-2010 @ 12:03PM
Two other completely valid and accurate terms for one who practices inscription: Inscriber is the simple -er form of the verb 'to inscribe' and is perfectly acceptable, if a little clunky. Scrivener, basically a more convoluted form of the word scribe, is also a proper term for the profession, and has a lovely poetic ring to it.
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