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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

Synonyms for copy

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This is typically accomplished using an option of the copy utility.
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The more frequent the PIT copy is taken, the more storage is required and the more time it takes to determine which copy is the correct one to reinstate.
Bill Krepick, president and CEO of Macrovision added, "The SafeDisc patent augments our portfolio of patented copy protection technologies, enabling us to offer critical solutions for the music and software industries.
As writers learn more about your business, they need less direction, and you'll get better copy that requires fewer changes.
Snapshot technology is considered replication because replication is, essentially, just a copy of data--which is exactly what a snapshot is.
Everyone knows what kind of output you get in a copy shop, though you may not know how it comes about.
THE NEW RULES SPECIFY THE DOCUMENTS AN organization must make available for public inspection and copy upon request, provide guidance on where those documents must be available, set conditions organizations may put on copy requests, describe the fees an organization can charge, offer alternative ways to make documents widely available and offer guidance on dealing with potential harassment.
A signed fax isn't really a signature; it's a copy of a signature.
A replicated image is ready to go almost immediately whereas a backup copy requires a move to become accessible again.