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  • adjective of, relating to, or produced by xerography

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  • adjective of or relating to xerography

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Examples

  • I've been feeling unsatisfied with my current method of creating xerographic art from my digital prints.

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  • Xerox says, "We've been navigating the flood of information for 70 years -- since the first xerographic print launched the 'sharing era.'"

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  • He had arrived at the central concept, the idea of using a laser to “paint” an image on a xerographic drum, early on.

    The Nature of Technology

  • With the coming of the laser printer, computers printed by directing a laser to “paint” text on a xerographic drum, a different principle.

    The Nature of Technology

  • I've been feeling unsatisfied with my current method of creating xerographic art from my digital prints.

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  • We always work from our xerographic, printing and sorting core competency.

    Can Xerox Copy Its Past Success?

  • Perhaps of no interest to anyone, the current roar and thunder between ID/Creationism a rose by any other name… and … well, between the fundies and mainstream religions is a xerographic reporduction of the debate among the myriad christain churches in the first through third centuries ACE.

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  • In 1955, Haloid used a $3 million loan to build its first factory devoted to xerographic products.

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  • In 1947, Haloid took steps to increase its control of the xerographic patents held by others; by 1956, it successfully obtained ownership of all the key Carlson inventions.

    CORPORATE CULTURE AND PERFORMANCE

  • In 1955, Haloid used a $3 million loan to build its first factory devoted to xerographic products.

    CORPORATE CULTURE AND PERFORMANCE

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