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rep·li·ca

(rep'li-kă),
A specimen for electron microscopic examination obtained by coating a crystalline array or other virus material with carbon; the mold (the replica) obtained after the viral material has been dissolved provides details of structure and arrangement.
[It., fr. L.L. re-plico, to fold back]
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when the marriages had been solemnised and the copy had been made) to eighteen hundred and twenty-seven, when Sir Percival appeared at Old Welmingham.
The copy of the register was sure to be safe in Mr.
I was not then aware that a legally-certified copy was necessary, and that no document merely drawn out by myself could claim the proper importance as a proof.
A full image copy backup is a complete copy of all the data in the database object at the time the image copy was run.
Because the doctors and nurses had here, more copy in here.
and yet has proved to everyone that she knows what can be achieved through hard More copy in here, more copy in here, more copy in here, more copy in here, more copy in here, more copy in here, more copy in here.
Therefore, asynchronous mirroring is faster than synchronous mirroring but the secondary copies are slightly out-of-synch with the primary copy.
Now you must instruct Excel whether you want to move or copy the worksheets.
Form 4506-A, Request for Public Inspection or Copy of Exempt or Political Organization IRS Form, is used to make a written request to inspect or obtain copies of any of the information described above, and sent to the appropriate address listed on that form.
Using Windows Notepad, write your list of copy commands in the simple format Windows uses: copy [source file) [destination].
The copy inscribed and presented by Georg Joachim Rheticus (1514-74), Copernicus' first disciple, who initially oversaw the publication of his opus, noted that its original title had been modified and an anonymous foreword, affirming the immobility of the Earth, had been inserted.
the copy scanned from the print version and placed on the hard drive of the library providing the copy; 2.