from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun An arrangement of images reduced in size, as on microfilm or microfiche.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A microscopic organism, or one that is too small to be studied without a microscope.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Biol.) A microscopic form of life; an animal or vegetable organism of microscopic size.
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microfilm, microficheor similar materials
- noun biology A
microscopicform of life; an animalor vegetable organismof microscopic size.
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It is known as a microform cleft, a mild form of a cleft lip.
Some have been copied to other media, such as microform, for preservation.
I'm ignoring the role of formats such as microform here because they are, for the most part, a medium that is more identical to print than it isn't.
He had discussed his microform housing needs with Ring King Visibles.
Page after page the microform reader revealed the deaths of achingly young infants: Sara, age one month, eight days; Janet, age one month; Francis, age one month, 22 days; and tiny baby Edward, age only 22 days.
Acting charades, or, Deeds not words [microform]: A Christmas game to make a long evening short by Augustus Mayhew
The principal surrogate format is microform (film and fiche) and there are currently over 21,000 records in the database.
Undiscovered oil and gas in the Big Cypress National Preserve [microform]: a total petroleum system assessment of the South Florida basin, Florida (SuDoc I 19.76: 00-317) by Richard M. Pollastro
Josie Tackett, hangings, murders and superstitions [microform] (The Appalachian oral history project) by Josie Tackett
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