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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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In the 1960s, when academic researchers needed access to original sources, reprinters provided facsimiles (best understood as a form of reprint), first for library use and, in the 1980s, in forms that individuals could afford.
'It is very hard work to get the facsimile edition ready, because it has to be exactly the same, and the idea is to save the original document so that it can be stored in a safe place,' Struzl explained when asked about the process which went behind the production of an exact replica.
Alongside the two-volume facsimile, the edition also comes with a scholarly commentary and appendices produced by Stephan Fussel.
Quirino's bibliographic essay "The first Philippine imprints" from the Journal of History in 1960 was reprinted in 1973 by the National Historical Institute to accompany a facsimile of the US Library of Congress "Doctrina Tagala." It is obvious that the facsimile was made from the 1947 Library of Congress publication because the NHI used the same title:
Michael Struzl said a UAE royal figure has commissioned a true-to-original facsimile of the Golden Quran, believed by some experts to be from the 11th century Iraq or Iran region.
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The facsimile is strongly recommended to all serious students of Mozart's music and should be high on the list of priorities for any music library, but especially those in academic institutions.
But the "wow factor" of facsimile was limited, and the system never really caught on.
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The gift of the facsimiles was greeted with a surge in visitor numbers to both institutions.
In this new overside facsimile edition, Dutch astronomer and historian Robert van Gent offers an introduction on the history of celestial cartography and meticulously describes every single one of the 29 plates, providing a wealth of information on details that might otherwise be easy to overlook.
Appended are: (1) Technical Review Panel Contact List; (2) Data Elements for the BPS:04/06 Student Interview; (3) Advance Contacting and Mailout Materials; (4) Training Materials; (5) Facsimile of Field Test Instrument; and (6) Facsimile of Reinterview Data Collection Instrument.
Edmund King and Martyr: A Facsimile is a stunningly beautiful recreation of the classical illuminated manuscript detailing the Anglo-Saxon King St.
Seabury Quinn's ROADS (097488958X, $29.95) provides a facsimile reproduction of the 1948 first edition as it re-imagines Santa Claus as a wonderous figure and a supreme example of selflessness.
Subscription orders may be placed online at www.ijcb.org, or by telephone (202) 452-3245, facsimile (202) 728-5886, or e-mail (BDM-IJCB-Editor@frb.gov).