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photocopy

(1) (noun) A duplicate of a paper document.

(2) (verb) To make a duplicate of a paper document. See photocopier.
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Mr Harris said he faced the prospect of losing his job, and he was held and questioned by police officers in Derby after he presented the licence to his employer and the "fake" message emerged when it was photocopied for administrative purposes.
My kids had a photocopied map, which they can't find and I doubt they looked at.
Hirschhorn and eight assistants (after four months of studio preparation) had spent three weeks installing his signature cardboard cavern of photocopied articles and pictures, scripted slogans, philosophy books, videos, and packing-tape-covered objects for the December 4 opening.
Strictly fucked-up and photocopied here, SI comes out with more photos (reproduced well for the photocopying), and has a ton of mostly Southern California Gnar dogage.
Pasa revealed that the copyright laws were so ambiguous that after a raid by the police that recovered over 300 photocopied textbooks angry students turned up at the pirates workshop demanding refunds for books they hadn't received.
Trace over photocopied drawing with a pen, applying pressure.
Lord Archer's secretary secretly photocopied documents for 'self-protection' after he allegedly ordered her to make bogus entries in a diary, the Old Bailey heard yesterday .
Cut, arrange and glue the photocopied image or images on to a white A4 sheet of paper.
The undertaker photocopied the Briton's passport, including his full name, picture and signature, he had brought as proof of identity.
appellate court ruling-twice amended, most recently this July-found that researchers at Texaco photocopied too much from the scientific journals routed around the office.