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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of photocopy.


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  • [...] two years ago, silkscreen artist David Arfa sent out the call for submissions for MezuzaZine, which is exactly what its name implies — a zine that is, a photocopied [...]

    call for submissions — Mezuza zine | Jewschool

  • This means that each time you hand over your passport at, say, a hotel reception or car-rental office abroad to be "photocopied", it could be cloned with equipment like ours.

    Identity theft

  • The Comic Collective, creators of the lovely Grafic, thanks to the effort of a handful of industrious souls, came up with OST (Original Story Theatre), a heartfelt xeroxed (I know I swore to use the term "photocopied" but WTF) anthology from the likes of Elbert Or (Sansinukob: Philippine Graphic Histories) and Andrew Drilon (Subwhere).

    Archive 2003-05-01

  • In the middle of the room sits a short, makeshift table covered with a lace tablecloth, a pink candle, an open Bible, and a stack of photocopied prayers.

    American Grace

  • We had word-processors (Wang – anyone remember them?), but our finished news releases were still photocopied, stapled together and then sent by post, perhaps accompanied by a laboriously labelled photograph.

    PR and web 2.0 ‘ghosts’ « pwcom 2.0

  • "The relaunch required an enormous amount of focus and hard work from everyone across the entire company," wrote Jones, in the photocopied missive.

    MySpace Layoff Letter Adds Insult To Injury

  • When the Spirit comes upon the photocopied backside, he recognizes it immediately and, convinced Sand Saref is involved in wrongdoing, gets all conflicted and stuff.

    Movie Review: The Spirit

  • After the test, immigration officials checked the original copies of the documents we'd photocopied and sent in with our applications, and briefly chatted with each person to ensure that we all spoke sufficient English or French.

    Archive: Oct 08 - Mar 09

  • Ciarcia pressed for more information, and the next day Gerri Linhart left her desk in the bank robbery squad, retrieved an investigative report on James Licavoli, photocopied it, and refiled the original.

    Kill the Irishman

  • Almost immediately they understood the magic on those pages, even those who struggled to read them, and there was genuine excitement when I'd hand out of a new book or even at the distribution of a photocopied short story, essay, or poem.

    Larry Strauss: Finding the Soul of Writing -- And Teaching -- In My Own Novel


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