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Synonyms for facsimile

an exact copy or reproduction

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duplicator that transmits the copy by wire or radio

send something via a facsimile machine

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The translator even seems neglectful of the manuscripts facsimiled here, or unable to read the Sutterlin script: in any event, a line is translated at the end of the second paragraph Of MS 333 (Fig.
In BNP / E3, 74B-83 (which Saraiva facsimiled but did not transcribe), Pessoa noted the poems by Poe that he intended to translate.
The facsimiled score was published in La musica de Mexico, Antologia, Periodo Virreinal, III, i (Mexico City: Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, 1987) on pages 75--97.
This may not matter particularly when the sculpture happens to be one of Andy Warhol's facsimiled packing cases: it would be a caricature of esthetic refinement to imagine someone standing back for an exquisite appreciation of his replica of a Heinz ketchup carton.
The report quoted the octogenarian executive's four-sentence facsimiled letter which stated: "My decision to resign now results from my inability to receive information regarding the company and its operations necessary to fulfill my fiduciary duties.