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A definition and an explanation of carbon copy prosecutions
The text disclosed in some of the transcriptions has been published, suggesting that an original, carbon copy, or transcription exists elsewhere.
Workers in the downtown building were slowly becoming pieces of carbon copy paper, leaving black smudges everywhere.
In preparing witness fries, using electronic files will allow you to easily include e-mails where the witness would have received a carbon copy or blind copy, as opposed to being a direct recipient.
Through such a process a resume may be tailored to career plans--and NAIL THE RESUME gets the job done by providing the tools to create not the carbon copy resume, but something entirely unique--and even more effective.
It was a carbon copy of last season when Rangers came back from two goals down to beat Elgin in the first round at Shielfield Park, then were beaten by the Dons in the Highlands.
The so-called out-of-the-box integration covers the Altiris Deployment Solution (DS) and Altiris Carbon Copy. According to Hornbill its Integration Connector gives access to the data and tools provided by Altiris DS though the Supportworks interface, as well as automated synchronisation of assets between Altiris and the Supportworks Asset Database.
Furthermore, the Greens' system was virtually a carbon copy of the U.S.
Other features include an HTML text editor, new message notification, multiple attachments, address books with Outlook Express importing, group list support, real-time SPAM-filtering, blind carbon copy, spell check and more.
13, a near carbon copy of Alister MacKenzie's famed par-5 13th at Augusta, complete with a creek running diagonally in front of an elevated green.
Fisher encourages consumers to carbon copy everyone from the state attorney to the attorney general to the local probate judge, as they may be able to intervene on your behalf.