- n. dated A photocopy, especially one made by a Photostat machine
- n. positive (black on white) or negative (white on black) reproduction of printed matter or artwork made on a photostat machine, which uses photographic paper instead of a transparent negative, and uses a prism to render the paper negative readable instead of reversed.
- v. To make such a photocopy.
“The cover of that issue was based on a photostat of the first page of the Batman story inside, rather than new art.”
“July 28th, 2009 at 6: 11 pm howardx Says: your “source” had a blurry illegible photostat, hardly quality evidence of anything. why not link to the actual UN source?”
“Indenture between George Washington and George Lee and his wife, DEC 17, 1754, photostat at Mount Vernon, in Flexner, GW Forge, 114; Freeman 2:1–5.”
“What I particularly love is the fact that they're both recognisable and unique, because although you borrow from Earth, you never try and make a photostat.”
“Other documents are more grim, such as a photostat o”
“Philip Marlowe always had a photostat of his license with him.”
“In the lobby during the reception before the show, and afterwards as well, there was the opportunity to study some of the the many original works of art created by Milt, on loan from the Animation Research Library, my favorite being the model sheet of the squirrel from Sleeping Beauty, from which I have a Disney photostat - this was the original pencil version!”
“There is the story of the time smuggled parts of his Holiday Overture out of the BSOs music library, photostat them and smuggle them back in because the piece had been promised a performance it never received.”
“Very interesting to me is the list of photostat numbers for the storyboards.”
“Long forms, also known as certified photocopies, book copies, and photostat copies, are exact photocopies of the original birth record that was prepared by the hospital or attending physician at the time of the child's birth.”
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