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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DAVE BOWMAN insists Leigh Griffiths is a carbon-copy of Derek Riordan - and can fire Dundee to the SPL.
When these small traders go to the wall all the sense of community will go with them and we'll have to do all our shopping on carbon-copy high streets, buying carbon-copy food, pumping yet more cash into fat cat corporations.
The Dons' fourth was a carbon-copy of their third, with Wright finishing.
The actual materials Lamb delivered to Magi were (multiple sets of) typewritten carbon-copy transcripts, double-spaced, on onion-skin paper, and are second or subsequent sheets (as opposed to a typewriter impression).
And Naka produced a carbon-copy delivery for the second goal.
Here I can dine in family-run restaurants and buy all manner of things from independent shops and not give my money to the big corporations that are creating carbon-copy cities.