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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of xerox.

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Examples

  • The modus operandi adopted to burgle the residence of Noorus Khan, the earlier victim, was almost 'xeroxed' to rob Hassanjee family of their valuables in the wee hours of Sunday.

    The Times of India

  • The result has been a thoughtful and richly detailed first draft of history about the Iraq War that is very much in the tradition of the Pentagon Papers, as reported nearly 40 years ago in lengthy dispatches in the Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe and other publications receiving Ellsberg's xeroxed stacks of records, each struggling to stay one step ahead of a Justice Department summons.

    Peter Scheer: Wikileaks' Iraq Docs Reflect Both the Good Wikileaks and the Bad Wikileaks

  • We passed by an acre of xeroxed black-and-white portraits of couples, some lumpy and foreboding, some lipsticked and smiling.

    The Bird House

  • My mother xeroxed the black and white illustrations for me to color, I argued with my sisters which of the nine muses was more beautiful, and, in general, ate it all up.

    Greek Myth Graphics as a Gateway

  • The result has been a thoughtful and richly detailed first draft of history about the Iraq War that is very much in the tradition of the Pentagon Papers, as reported nearly 40 years ago in lengthy dispatches in the Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe and other publications receiving Ellsberg's xeroxed stacks of records, each struggling to stay one step ahead of a Justice Department summons.

    Peter Scheer: Wikileaks' Iraq Docs Reflect Both the Good Wikileaks and the Bad Wikileaks

  • We passed by an acre of xeroxed black-and-white portraits of couples, some lumpy and foreboding, some lipsticked and smiling.

    The Bird House

  • The result has been a thoughtful and richly detailed first draft of history about the Iraq War that is very much in the tradition of the Pentagon Papers, as reported nearly 40 years ago in lengthy dispatches in the Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe and other publications receiving Ellsberg's xeroxed stacks of records, each struggling to stay one step ahead of a Justice Department summons.

    Peter Scheer: Wikileaks' Iraq Docs Reflect Both the Good Wikileaks and the Bad Wikileaks

  • The result has been a thoughtful and richly detailed first draft of history about the Iraq War that is very much in the tradition of the Pentagon Papers, as reported nearly 40 years ago in lengthy dispatches in the Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe and other publications receiving Ellsberg's xeroxed stacks of records, each struggling to stay one step ahead of a Justice Department summons.

    Peter Scheer: Wikileaks' Iraq Docs Reflect Both the Good Wikileaks and the Bad Wikileaks

  • The result has been a thoughtful and richly detailed first draft of history about the Iraq War that is very much in the tradition of the Pentagon Papers, as reported nearly 40 years ago in lengthy dispatches in the Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe and other publications receiving Ellsberg's xeroxed stacks of records, each struggling to stay one step ahead of a Justice Department summons.

    Peter Scheer: Wikileaks' Iraq Docs Reflect Both the Good Wikileaks and the Bad Wikileaks

  • The result has been a thoughtful and richly detailed first draft of history about the Iraq War that is very much in the tradition of the Pentagon Papers, as reported nearly 40 years ago in lengthy dispatches in the Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe and other publications receiving Ellsberg's xeroxed stacks of records, each struggling to stay one step ahead of a Justice Department summons.

    Peter Scheer: Wikileaks' Iraq Docs Reflect Both the Good Wikileaks and the Bad Wikileaks

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