microfiche

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microfiche

a sheet of film, usually the size of a filing card, on which books, newspapers, documents, etc., can be recorded in miniaturized form

microfiche

[′mī·krə‚fēsh]
(graphic arts)
A microfilm card or sheet used in some information storage systems; consists of a film format about 4 by 6 inches (10 by 15 centimeters) containing microimages of type and other information, with a title heading large enough to be read by the unaided eye.

microfiche

Pronounced "micro-feesh." A 4x6" sheet of film that holds several hundred miniaturized document pages. See micrographics.
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Ottawa, ICMH collection de microfiches (no 21693) [Nicolas]; Proces de Joseph N.
Ottawa, ICMH collection de microfiches (no 61199); Report at large of the trial of Charles de Reinhard, for murder, (committed in the Indian territories,) at a court of oyer and terminer, held at Quebec, May 1818: to which is annexed, a summary of Archibald M'Lellan's, indicted as an accessory (by William S.
About 85 percent of the data in the world today is analog in the form of paper, film, microfiche, or analog tape.
On the other hand, the Media Services operations has more than 10 years of experience in performing analog conversion from text, document, microfiche and image to digitized data on tape and disk.
Los Angeles; (213) 228-7400: 43,000 genealogy books; 600 periodicals; 22,400 microfilm and 75,000 microfiche records; family and county histories and heraldry.