- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of xerox.
“The previous volumes did make me wonder if I could take xeroxes down to the local japanese steakhouse and request items (note that I live very rural).”
“In honor of the fine tradition of plagiarism sanctioned by Harvard, I sent them a donation of xeroxes of a liberal amount of the cash I have in my pocket.”
“I pretty quickly got into the habit of saying "copies" instead of "xeroxes".”
“Most of this board is by Bob Camp; supplemented by a few xeroxes of layout drawings by Chris Reccardi.”
“He has always repaid the Archives for any xeroxes, printouts etc. that he has made using Archives equipment.”
“For instance, if someone were to press Plimer on the matter of Monboit's questions with xeroxes from Plimer's book showing what the questions were about, while continuously directing Plimer's attention to the pages he keeps being unable to focus on, he could be made to forget he wrote a book, because the memory of his book would be made to cause cognitive dissonance.”
“Indeed, earlier installations were merely xeroxes of fixed images orchestrated beforehand with a computer program, apolitical bores whose range of interactivity were laughably limited.”
“Do you have xeroxes of my pencils that you can substantiate this with?”
“Copy xeroxes of the letter and post them all over town.”
“Anonymous said ... years before Paolini et al surfaced, slush pile readers at juvenile houses were seeing many enormous unsolicited fantasy mss. from teenage boys (never from girls). one read them with admiration for the authors 'industry and persistence (this was in the days before computers or xeroxes) not to mention the postage involved, and declined them with a nice letter which said in effect keep reading etc etc.”
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