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Synonyms for carbon copy

a copy made with carbon paper


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Bill Ronk, fourth-grade teacher and technology fan at Riverside Elementary School, created a FileMaker Pro document a few years ago so the K-5 teachers in his school could throw out the three-page "carbon-copy report card" and use an easier computer version.
Bred by Alan and Mavis Gutteridge, owners of Mumble Swerve, and trained by Linda Jones, the white and brindle - a carbon-copy of his sire - showed trackcraft that belied his tender age.
ROBERT Pires produced a carbon-copy finish of his midweek strike in a bruising draw against Lazio in Rome to keep Arsenal on their victory charge.
By measuring the time between these carbon-copy quakes, the two researchers could detect surges of underground stress.
There is so much ignorance in top management and boards of directors: All the big companies seem to be led by accountants and lawyers and become moribund carbon-copy versions of each other.
A SERIAL cat killer has left five pets dead in carbon-copy attacks using car anti-freeze.
The Dons' fourth was a carbon-copy of their third, with Wright latching on to another Wilbraham cross six yards out.
"Both victims of what appear to be 'carbon-copy' crimes required medical treatment and are very shaken by their experiences.