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  • n. Plural form of copyist.


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  • * Ultimately, petitioners wish to displace Congress's preference for copyright-based dissemination of works during the CTEA's prescribed proprietary term, and instead to allow indiscriminate exploitation by public domain copyists like petitioners.

    Boing Boing: August 4, 2002 - August 10, 2002 Archives

  • This is a companion book to ANDRÉS Y LOS COPISTAS, our book from last year about a class visit to the Prado, and a child who asks why the copyists are allowed to make copies of famous works of art but if he copies from a classmate's exam it's "cheating" ...

    Breakfast in Bed

  • Misquoting Jesus is a well-written, easy to read look at some of the problems caused by copyists and scribes in the distribution of the New Testament.

    Book Review: Misquoting Jesus by Bart Ehrman | Heretical Ideas Magazine

  • Before then, we had woodcuts and copyists, laboriously transcribing the prophets, the words of the Almighty, the words about the Almighty, and almighty words, mostly onto parchment ...

    Nigel Hamilton: Apocalypse in Print

  • And nothing can halt that -- any more than medieval copyists and aficionados of hand-made parchment Bibles could in Gutenberg's day.

    Nigel Hamilton: Apocalypse in Print

  • While their monstrously popular TV version spawned countless imitators, none of their copyists have followed them to the big screen.

    This week's new DVD & Blu-ray

  • Altogether, there are four copyists before easels in the room, apparently at work on the major subjects of landscape, history, figure and miniature portrait painting.

    Ushering the Old Masters Into the New World

  • Spanish gunmakers are known as copyists rather than innovators, and they have well-deserved reputation for building beautiful versions of classic English doubles that cost much less.

    Uncategorized Blog Posts

  • The Prado's official register of copyists, displayed nearby, shows that Sargent had spent Oct. 27 to Nov. 14, 1879, in the museum copying the Vel zquez painting.

    A Unique Meeting Of Two Masterpieces

  • What, we wonder, must have run through his mind as the ink dried on the last notes, words, bar lines, and dynamic indications on the last page of the score, and as he prepared to hand it over to copyists and began to think about where first to present it to the world?

    'The Ninth'


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