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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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The photographic, digital, and printing processes by which facsimiles are produced today simply cannot guarantee reproductions that are either accurate or objective.
The user-friendly Nefax 791 facsimile features a large touch screen for intuitive operation.
With 256 Kbytes of memory, the HP FAX-200 facsimile can store up to 12 pages.
By upgrading its facsimile network with 110 digital desktop terminals, Chessie System Railroads is reducing leasing costs, boosting clerical efficiency and increasing data transmission speed.
The earlier facsimiles, however, lacked any sort of contextual or critical apparatus, whereas the new one sports an excellent introduction and critical report.
There are facsimiles of Jane Anger her Protection for Women; A Mouzell for Melastomus; Ester hath hang'd Haman; and The Worming of a mad Dogge.
7 [Brussels: Bibliotheca Regia Belgicao, 2000]), a relatively obscure set of three songs for voice and small ensemble, but no facsimiles of this composer's frequently performed, and much admired, Gloria or Dialogues of the Carmelites.