copy from

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Had she received only one copy from her mother, as usual, and a normal chromosome 7 from her father, she would have escaped the disease.
Provided the copier has enough basic capabilities (such as the capacity to copy from 11" x 17" originals with some reduction and enlargement features), the modular approach can work very well.
and a number of other countries, for it gives the public rights to copy from protected works when doing so will further the larger societal goals of the law.
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Once those standards of judgment are in place, the intellect will in turn guide the hand to gather flowers rather than thorns (and now the artist no longer has to rely on other people's judgment -- the criterion of fame -- to recognize what is good).(27) It is not surprising that in the chapter immediately following, Cennini advises the artist to copy from nature; once he has acquired judgment by internalizing the standards of good art, the artist may proceed to investigate the three-dimensional world.
First, they increasingly accepted LC copy without modification and, as they did this, they transferred responsibility for review of LC copy from professional staff to support staff and from higher levels of technicians to lower levels.