Carbon Copy


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Carbon Copy

(1) A copy of a typewritten page that is printed from copy paper. See cc.

(2) Early remote control software for DOS and Windows from Microcom, Inc., Norwood, MA. Carbon Copy integrated well with Microcom's modem and remote access hardware. In 1997, Compaq acquired Microcom and absorbed the product.
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Ganun din dapat 'yun back up drive at saka main drive, carbon copy dapat siya,' he further explained.
That is why we are demanding a carbon copy of our answer sheets.
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Employing the Italian - currently in charge of the Russia national team - would be a carbon copy of Guus Hiddink's appointment of 2009.
Ahmedi then forwarded Mujahid's email to the full Taliban mailing list, but rather than using the BCC function, or blind carbon copy which keeps email addresses private, Ahmedi made the addresses public.
The text disclosed in some of the transcriptions has been published, suggesting that an original, carbon copy, or transcription exists elsewhere.
So here we have some of the important NAFTA builders working to expand their destructive creation into a carbon copy of the European Union that is already dominant over 25 once-independent countries.
FORMER Hibs boss Tony Mowbray wants to turn new club West Brom into a carbon copy of the Easter Road outfit he left behind.
Carbon Copy Building used several layers of screens to project paintings by New York cartoonist Ben Katchor.
If administered today, the survey results would probably produce carbon copy answers, or worse yet, lean even closer to the dark side.
Surely the differences are part of horse-racing not turning every racecourse into a carbon copy of each other.
After you've inspected all your masks, report the inspection to your MACOM commander and carbon copy Vanatta at the address above.