• WordNet 3.6
    • v photocopy reproduce by xerography
    • n photocopy a photographic copy of written or printed or graphic work
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: Over 23% of all photocopier faults worldwide are caused by people sitting on them and photocopying their asses.
    • n photocopy A copy made by some photographic process, as of an architectural or mechanical drawing. A common form is the blue-print.
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In literature:

Even the instructions to the game, any manuals that accompany it, can be reproduced as text files, or photocopied from legitimate sets.
"Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling
Can you photocopy them?
"Unwise Child" by Gordon Randall Garrett

In news:

To our right, a blond woman sitting with a glass of wine and a 3-inch-high stack of photocopies.
Photocopy lets you match color, tone, texture at a new level.
PhotoCopy is interesting one-trick pony.
A Handout You Can Photocopy to Help Your Patients Understand UV Light .
I recently received photocopies of a Star Tribune article from two different sources, neither of which gave their contact information for me to follow up with them.
As Michael Waltrip left his new Sprint Cup headquarters in North Carolina and headed to his first NASCAR race as a team owner, his office's first photocopier was being delivered through the front door.
The end product is something that looks like a document used in a TV crime show that includes all the latest gadgets, but in the Marshall County Jail, the Cogent machine looks like some sort of photocopying machine.
A photocopied letter and envelope held for years by the Estes Valley Library, supposedly written by the Fourth Earl of Dunraven on one of his last visits to Estes Park in 1879, is likely authentic, just not an authentic Dunraven.
Carry other documents Always travel abroad (including to Canada and Mexico) with at least one photocopy of your passport 's photo/data page — even copies can serve as proof of citizenship when applying for replacements.
Permission is not needed to photocopy material for personal use or for library reserve.
) Print enough copies, or have photocopies made, so that there will be one for each person at your Thanksgiving table.
Photocopy face and BOO templates to desired size.
Photocopy a figure in your card.
Glue photocopied figure onto heavier paper, and cut out.
Common applications for the VM3 Series snap-action switches include leveling and safety switches in elevators, vending machines and to detect paper jams and other faults in photocopies.

In science:

This is in contrast to classical information, where machines like photocopiers can easily copy whatever classical information is sent to them.
Quantum Computing
The input is just a generic scan, and we were able to use a high-velocity Xerox photocopier with scanner and network connections for this task, at no cost (since it was already present in the University).
WebTeach in practice: the entrance test to the Engineering faculty in Florence
Teachers use network-enabled photocopier/scanners, scanners with automatic feeder or even fax machines for digitalizing the response forms, and then WebTest can read them and produce a data file in the right format for WebCheck.
WebTeach in practice: the entrance test to the Engineering faculty in Florence
While astronomers in the developed world revel in instant access to data and journals, their developing-world colleagues still rely on photocopied preprints.
Astronomical Data Management
A university level pilot program in a classroom setting (Princeton University, 2010) investigated whether using Amazon Kindle DX e-readers could reduce the amount of printing and photocopying by users. E-reader users printed approximately half the amount of sheets compared with control groups not using the device.
Are e-readers suitable tools for scholarly work?