from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A microfiche.
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- n. a microfiche
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See fitch.
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The fiche was a bit worn, but you can still make out the copy, if you’re in a squinting mood.
There were rooms full of them in archive somewhere, paper & fiche/film.
They hauled me into an archive filled with dusty micro-fiche machines and questioned me for two days.
Put a i-pad fais-up nd bild a fiche pond raond it nd fil it ful ob worta nd gawld fiche !
Had nine separate projects to do today, ranging from the mindless cleaning scratch lines out of ancient Lance Lawson cartoons printed from Bessie, the old fiche machine to the column to a speech I have to give to mockups for a work product.
The principal surrogate format is microform (film and fiche) and there are currently over 21,000 records in the database.
Or was it filed in his official unrestricted fiche, so that when then Captain Hasan came up for his promotion, the promotion board would have seen this?
And one of the things that I would like to know is, was this filed as part of his official unrestricted fiche?
Ajd'hui ca ne me derangeait pas d'etre habillé comme ca, j'm'en fiche.
The company is scheduled to go public this week, adding many of the Pixarians to the nouveau fiche of Silicon Valley.