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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Prepare a hearing file containing the following: (1) notice of hearing; (2) two copies of the motion (the second copy for the judge if the courtesy copy you previously sent is not at arm's length); (3) three copies of all the cases, with the relevant portions highlighted; and (4) a blank order (most judges prefer the form orders with the carbon paper).
Though suit was filed, Murphy did not serve Michetti initially, but did send counsel a courtesy copy of the complaint.
Three days later, Michetti faxed a courtesy copy of the file-stamped complaint to one of Murphy's vice presidents.
Among the first to receive a courtesy copy of the book, which Dawson is set to market at pounds 10 a throw after publishing it in Malaga, was Nigel McFarlane, secretary to the Disciplinary Commitee.