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Facsimile

An exact replica of a document that is copied so as to preserve all its original marks and notations.

facsimile

noun copy, duplicate, exact copy, mold, molding, oneness, replica, reproduction, sameness, semblance
See also: copy, delineation, duplicate, fake, model
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In such circumstances, the copy selected as the basis for an unedited facsimile may well be unique--in its assortment of corrected and uncorrected pages--but, musically speaking, there is no value in such a copy's uniqueness (although, of course, the copy may have value as evidence for the printing history of the edition).
If an incoming document is standard size (8 1/2 x 11 up to 11 x 17), the facsimile automatically selects the appropriate size of paper.
This reissue of the 1975 facsimile also includes for the first time a basic index of lute solo composers and song titles compiled from the ascriptions in the original book.
The HP-FAX-310 facsimile has greater functionality at a lower list price than the HP FAX-300 facsimile, which it replaces.
The United Airlines Red Carpet Club, for instance, offers centers at 17 domestic and nine international airports that have telephones, desks, personal computers and facsimile machines.
With headquarters offices in Baltimore, Cleveland, and Juntington, West Virginia, the system depends on an estimated 2,000 to 2,500 facsimile transmittals a day.
Since the Brussels example is missing and the Parisian one is "unavailable," Harris uses the London copy for the critical facsimile with collations from the Hamburg example (we are not told why he favors the London copy).
Zapata's management decision to convert its communications network to highspeed digital facsimile came at the conclusion of an extensive internal survey.
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The same advances in technology that have democratized the facsimile market also encourage publishers to create sumptuous, full-color volumes at the high end of the cost spectrum.
There are many things to praise in this volume: Sabol not only provides a facsimile of the 1613 printed libretto, but also inserts an edited and line-numbered text in its proper locations throughout the score; the various illustrations are apposite to the discussion; and important related material is presented in four appendices.
Back in 1974 we tabbed progress in facsimile as one of the "ten tremendous development's of CN's first decade, headlining our article: "Sleeping Giant of Facsimile Awakens to Play Major Role in Communications".