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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recopy.

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Examples

  • I work through that list every 3-4 weeks or so, crossing things off and recopying the few remaining items to a new page in the pad to start all over again.

    Tickler Systems and Thoughts on Mandating the EMR

  • Chiming in on writing via longhand or recopying a paragraph by hand to "warm up."

    Ferule & Fescue

  • Apparently Gardner Dozois blamed the original writer for recopying the email rejection over the internet.

    WTF??

  • Mark himself is actually recopying his older notebook, footnoting as he goes along, which tells us that there are really two Marks--the one traveling abroad and the older one, a well-established farmer with a wife and children, somewhat anxious about the less conventional aspects of his tale.

    The Little Professor:

  • Mark himself is actually recopying his older notebook, footnoting as he goes along, which tells us that there are really two Marks--the one traveling abroad and the older one, a well-established farmer with a wife and children, somewhat anxious about the less conventional aspects of his tale.

    Voyageurs

  • I always woke up refreshed and better prepared to deal with studying and recopying notes …

    Thursday Link Dump

  • More than once, we would have everything assembled and ready to go, and our PI would come in with yet another revision of the research plan, which meant retyping, recopying, etc.

    My first submission to Grants.gov « Knitting Clio

  • Tabitha of his great undertaking, and of the voluminous notes he had amassed, which would require so much rearrangement and recopying by an amanuensis as to absolutely appal him.

    Two on a Tower

  • He was some hours in framing, copying, and recopying the short note in which he made his request, and having finished it he sent it to her house.

    Life's Little Ironies

  • And if you are concerned that the words in this text have been seriously compromised by centuries of copying and recopying, do not worry very much about this—the evidence in favor of the authenticity of the Hebrew is in fact quite strong.

    The Language of God

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