Office copy


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OFFICE COPY. A transcript of a record or proceeding filed in an office established by law, certified under the seal of the proper officer.

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However office copy of list had been taken away mysteriously from the office.
Uttar Pradesh administration had requested the PMO to look for an office copy of a telegram the first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru reportedly sent to the state authorities.
Even then, Tom is too reserved to make the first move, which she eventually does in the office copy room.
And I got chummy with from thumbing through the office copy. I recall a story about player nicknames, and my favorite was for Bob Duliba, a right-handed reliever with the Cardinals in 1959.
But according to the programmes, Lemington appeared there only twice, in 1929 and 1930, when Douglas Kennedy was not the judge, unless his wife was ill in 1929 and he took over (without a note in the Tournament Office copy of the programme), but that was not the year of the disqualification.
We built a solid reputation with the engineering and architectural community, and today we sell a full line of Kyocera multifunction office copy, print, scan and fax systems as well as KIP and Savin wide-format engineering copiers, printers and scanners.
We had to go to the business office copy center twice to make more copies, and I personally ran out of business cards after bringing a couple of hundred."
Giacondino did not alter the office copy of the letter, which retained the original date.
* Toner cartridges -- Soy-based toner ink for office copy machines and laser printers.
Mrs Reid said: "People wanting to establish boundaries can start by buying an office copy of the register which will only cost pounds 4.
In one sense, the Maryland e-contract seems paradoxical since its purpose was to lease eight office copy machines to create paper documents.
The Z402C printer, sized akin to an office copy machine, has a build volume of 6 cubic in., and a build speed of 0.33 to 0.66 vertical in.
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