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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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The high-resolution facsimiles to be donated have been arranged according to newly discovered photographic records and published research related that describe their suggested original layout.
The completion of many of the new collected edition begun after World War II made reprints of such publications superfluous, and, more recently, the availability of much primary and secondary source material on the Internet has substantially reduced the need for facsimiles, leaving reprints a viable form of publication in only a few small markets.
Is a directed guide dominated by black-and-white plates still useful in a time when an increasingly large number of manuscripts are accessible through digital facsimiles in full color?
These digital facsimiles were taken from the archival holdings located at Hemingway's Cuban home.
Facsimiles of both printings are presented here, along with her collection Poems on Several Occasions, Together with a Pastoral, published in 1703.
No more than 10 facsimiles will be created on a made-to-order basis by Adeva.
Thames & Hudson (History Files), 2011, pp144 + facsimiles, 12.95 [pounds sterling]
Despite the proliferation of online digital resources, it is interesting to observe that the publication of printed music facsimiles has continued unabated in the last ten years.
The gift of the facsimiles was greeted with a surge in visitor numbers to both institutions.
Part of Mel Bay's 'Frank Koonce' series of music transcripbed and adapted for the modern guitar with facsimiles of the original tablatures, "The Baroque Guitar In Spain And The New World" is the collaborative effort of Gaspar Sanz, Antonio de Santa Cruz, Francisco Guerau, and Santiago de Murcia.
Newcastle Cathedral plays host to the British Library's touring exhibition of the Lindisfarne Gospel Facsimiles.
All are now available as full-size colour facsimiles, complete with item-by-item transcriptions and commentaries, in Arthur Ruegg's book Charlotte Perriand, Livre de Bord 1928-1933 (Basel: Birkhauser, 2004, [euro]63.55 or CHF98).