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  • n. The process by which photocopies are made.
  • v. Present participle of photocopy.


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  • They can even substitute for the work in some non-commercial contexts (photocopying from the library for personal research is a classic example).

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  • In her 2007 book, "Basic Black," she recalls photocopying her résumé at the office of a job she was eager to move on from.

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  • Non-commercial use is defined as making one machine readable and / or print copy, excluding photocopying, that is limited to occasional articles of personal interest which are for your sole personal use.


  • Most that I've viewed, such as photocopying receipts from Staples, are irrelevant to establishing guilt or innocence.

    Roger Warner: When "Terrorism" Becomes Farce: How the DOJ Blew a Case, Ripped Off Taxpayers, and Violated National Security Policy

  • Oh, I shouldn't forget about the "control" room, again set up at an expensive hotel, where FSOs are assigned to help manage the visit by engaging in crucial diplomatic activities such as photocopying, answering the phone, smiling at White House aides, and looking at CNN for lack of anything better to do.

    John Brown: POTUS Visits and Public Diplomacy: Doing Nothing While Waiting for Nothing to Do

  • I suppose I can't blame them for not considering the library as essential as other things, such as photocopying and sports equipment and fixing the leaks in the roof, not to mention building new buildings to cope with student numbers - when I was there, they had permanent facilities for 500, and a student body of 1000; now they have permanent facilities for about 700, and a student body of around 1200.

    between the rock and the cold, cold sea -- Day

  • Now they say Republicans should pay for the cost of depositions and collecting evidence, such as photocopying expenses.

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  • Grace offers computer services such as photocopying, lamination and printing and sells stationery as well as refreshments.

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  • Paul Waugh reports that Peter Mandelson has accused George Osborne of "photocopying" his recent speech on the economy.

    New Statesman

  • Students load funds on to the cards and use them to pay for services such as photocopying or to buy textbooks. | Top Stories


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