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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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registration record/voter's affidavit (Commission on Elections), (6) two photocopies of valid ID of the petitioner and of the document owner of Special Power of Attorney if the petitioner is not the document owner, and (7) an interview of the petitioner.
Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw did not allow the plea of students seeking lifting of the stay on selling of photocopies of certain textbooks, published by the University Press, the Cambridge University Press and Taylor and Francis.
Photocopies of passports and identity cards are the most sought after by fraudsters.
20% off plants and shrubs LINDEN GARDEN CENTRE Main Street, Glencarse, Perth, 01738 860 673 This voucher entitles the bearer to 20% off plants and shrubs.The offer is valid from Sunday,May 31,2009 to Sunday,June 14,2009.Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer.No photocopies accepted.
This offer is strictly limited to one voucher per customer (no photocopies) and is not available in conjunction with any other offer.
(Hamza Walker, writing in the exhibition brochure, considers the Benjaminian aspects of all this in an essay updating "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction" to "Mechanical Reproduction in the Age of the Work of Art.") Short decides when the photocopies have reached a moment that interests him visually, whether to paint the entire photocopy or just a detail of it, and whether his canvas will be vertically or horizontally oriented (all his paintings are significantly larger than their sources, with one reaching almost ten feet in length).
The inmate alleged that the librarians failed to complete his request for photocopies of his documents in a timely manner.
The report claims that the academic and educational publishers are especially badly hit, with students preferring to buy cheap photocopies instead of the actual book.
Photocopies of two letters from Ernest Hemingway to Jim Gamble: 31 July 1918 and 18 April 1919.
Now, copyright is an issue for all publishers but in many cases involving newsletter publishers--like actions Washington Business Information brought against Fortune 500 companies and prominent law firms, and the long-running case of Warren Publishing against the United States Telephone Association--the response of the defendents appeared to be, "Of course we understand copyright and its importance to publishers, but it can't possibly apply to making a few photocopies of this little thing."
"That policy will deter many people from taking photocopies so that they can discuss planning issues with families and neighbours.
Polk County, Iowa, settled with The Des Moines Register in August in a lawsuit the Register had filed to fight the fee the county recorder was charging for photocopies. The county also said it would pay the newspaper's $5,000 in legal expenses.