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noun cast, counterfeit, counterpart, duplicate, ectype, facsimile, fake, forgery, image, imitation, impress, impression, imprint, likeness, offprint, print, reissue, repetition, replica, representation, reprint, reproduction, simulation, tracing, transcript, transfer
Associated concepts: certified copy, conformed copy, correct copy, true copy

copy

verb adopt, ape, approximate, assume, borrow, caricature, cartoon, cheat, conform, depict, ditto, do like, double, draw, duplicate, echo, emulate, falsify, follow, follow suit, follow the example of, forge, give an encore, imitari, impersonate, infringe copyright, iterate, make a dupliiate of, make a transcript of, make a replica, mirror, mock, model, parrot, pattern after, personate, pirate, plagiarize, portray, pretend, print, rebuild, recapitulate, reconstruct, recreate, reduplicate, reecho, reestablish, refashion, rehash, reiterate, remake, repeat, replicate, represent, reprint, republish, restate, retell, retrace, revive, rewrite, take after, trace, transcribe
Associated concepts: counterfeit, impersonate, infringe
See also: certification, correspond, counterfeit, counterpart, delineate, document, duplicate, facsimile, fake, forgery, form, imitate, impersonate, mock, model, parallel, personify, pirate, pose, record, reflect, repeat, reproduce, semblance, simulate, trace, transcript

COPY. A copy is a true transcript of an original writing.
     2. Copies cannot be given in evidence, unless proof is made that the originals, from which they are taken, are lost, or in the power of the opposite party; and in the latter case, that notice has been given him to produce the original. See 12 Vin. Abr. 97; Phil. Ev. Index, h.t.; Poth. Obl. Pt. 4, c. 1, art. 33 Bouv. Inst. n. 3055. 3. To prove a copy of a record, the witness must be able to swear that he has examined it, line for line, with the original, or has examined the copy, while another person read the original. 1 Campb. R. 469. It is not requisite that the persons examining should exchange, papers, and read them alternately. 2 Taunt. R. 470. Vide, generally, 3 Bouv. Inst. n. 3106-10; 1 Stark. R. 183; 2 E. C. L. Rep. 183; 4 Campb. 372; 2 Burr.1179; B.N.P.129; 1 Carr. & P. 578. An examined copy of the books of unincorporated banks are not, per se, evidence. 12 S. & R. 256. See 13 S. & R. 135, 334; 2 N. & McC. 299.

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It is a paradoxical aura, which resides in a reproducible binary code that is limitlessly copyable (although illegible to humans) and that, depending upon the device in which it is embodied, makes its effective presentation contingent, ephemeral.
82) We need the twenty-seven volume modern editions of the Papers of Alexander Hamilton (83) and the seventeen volume Papers of James Madison (84) to be online in searchable, copyable form.
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They're recipes, basically, and wherever there are recipes made up out of parts that are copyable, you have a stabilizing influence.
Open source--whose better-known implementations include the Linux operating system, the Apache webserver and the OpenOffice desktop suite--ships with complete source code and is freely copyable and redistributable.
It's downloadable, copyable, clipable and insertable, and a lot of it has no attribution.
Accepting a date of 1317 means that the prologne reflects Mannyng's summation of the use to which the text had probably been put throughout the years of its development, and of the uses to which it could be put now that it was a completed, copyable text.