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Synonyms for copy

Synonyms for copy

an inferior substitute imitating an original

to take as a model or make conform to a model

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If your DBMS supports incremental image copy backups, it may also support merging of incremental copies.
Like a series of still images, PIT copies are complete data images that are taken at specified points in time defined by the RPO (Recovery Point Objective).
Written requests to inspect or obtain copies of such material should be directed to: IRS Customer Service--Tax Exempt & Government Entities Division (TEGE), PO Box 2508, Room 2023, Cincinnati, OH 45201.
While print reserves in many libraries are traditionally offered under the fair use guidelines, electronic reserves may provide users with the ability to transmit copies to others as well as printout copies of works that are still under copyright law.
Paper copies are available by subscription from Publications Services, Mail Stop 127, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, DC 20551 (phone: 202-452-3244).
Under the new regulations, a local or subordinate organization that is covered by a group exemption letter and receives a document inspection request, or a request for copies, must make available within a reasonable time (normally not more than two weeks) the group exemption application filed by the central or parent organization.
This methodology allows users to have stable, point-in-time copies of their data at a remote location.
Many people believe that if software is not explicitly copy-protected, the buyer can make an unlimited number of copies to use, share or sell.
Staples is offering free copies of tax returns until a half-hour before the midnight filing deadline to make it easy for tax filers to maintain copies of their important documents.
Mirroring does not help protect against a data corruption problem (hacker, worm, virus, intrusion, human or software error) as it produces two or more copies of corrupted data.
The most important unresolved issue is how to prevent illicit copies of the discs that would be crisper than videotape copies and could be transmitted electronically.
More than 90% of sales and rentals are of relatively simple machines that produce fewer than 45 copies per minute.
And if you don't clear the menu, you can retain the edit points to make subsequent copies that are the same as the first.