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soft copy

[′sȯft ′käp·ē]
(computer science)
Information that is displayed on a screen, given by voice, or stored in a form that cannot be read directly by a person, as on magnetic tape, disk, or microfilm.
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soft copy

Data displayed on screen. Contrast with hard copy. See virtual copy.
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Macalintal earlier noted the soft copies would help both parties protect their rights.
Headlines ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Marcos, the son of the late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos who committed massive human rights violations and corruption during his more than two decades in office, strongly opposed providing the vice president with soft copies of the election documents.
While the soft copies of the Young Adult Categories should be submitted through the award's website - http://www.etisalataward.ae - the printed entries of all categories should be submitted before August 31, and sent to: Al Qasba Block D, 1st Floor, Office 45, Sharjah P.O.