from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- See under
- thin unsized paper used for taking copies of letters, etc., in a copying press.
- a machine for taking by pressure, an exact copy of letters, etc., written in copying ink.
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- verb Present participle of
- noun countable an instance of the making of a copy
- noun uncountable the practice of making one or more copies
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- noun an act of copying
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The reason for the great fidelity in copying is also known.
DNA DRM: The latest solution to the problem of media copying is a digital rights management (DRM) scheme that relies on identifying the DNA of the consumer.
And that for this reason, the optimal amount of copying is not zero.
May 25, 2009 at 5: 33 PM was wondering if this will also assist in copying gamecube games????? must know please
The ease of copying is certainly important in terms of impact on prices, but totally unimportant when it comes to attitudes about intellectual property.
Nor did Tokidoki show “striking similarity” such that copying is the only credible explanation for the similarities between the two works.
You can integrate CopyHandler into the Windows shell and the right-click menu, and you can even instruct it to perform tasks like shutting down the system when the copying is done.
In response to a Freedom of Information Act request from the AP, the agency offered to provide some records for nearly $11,000 in copying fees, but it was not clear whether the information would show how many Americans had applied for farm labor jobs nationwide.
The built-in Windows copying is made for moving small files since that is what most home users will be doing. ossigeno
But this home copying is fully legal: Petsynth has gone open source.