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Replica

A coin struck using the same or similar equipment, but not with official sanction or at a later date. For example, a collector may make a replica of a Mercury dime. Replicas are illegal to sell in the United States unless "replica," "facsimile," or "copy" are printed on them.
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An unedited facsimile can at best be a reproduction of a particular document.
Stephanie Kenna, manager of the British Library's Co-operation and Partnership Programme said: "I am delighted that through this collaboration with NEMLAC, Bede's World and the institutions that will be exhibiting the facsimile, people across the North East will be able to see and enjoy the beauty of the Lindisfarne Gospels on their doorstep.
The Nefax 791 is a high-quality facsimile designed for high-volume businesses," said Marshall Kropf, director of sales for NEC America Corporate Networks Group's facsimile department.
At 50 SF, the price bears comparison with those of other facsimile publishers.
The basic HP FAX-200 facsimile scans at 200 dots per inch (dpi) for sending and can receive at 300 dpi.
John McCarthy of Stanford University comments in the December 1989 COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM on the frustrations of using electronic mail and the appeal of facsimile transmissions:
Many major hotels have business centers with facsimile machines and copiers.
Defined as a Group III facsimile device by the CCITT (Consultative Committee on International Telegraph and Telephone), the unit can transmit or receive a page in as little as 20 seconds.
By coincidence (perhaps), Sarah Freiberg, who is responsible for the Broude volume, had already produced a modern edition of Guerini's Solos, published just a year before by PRB Productions, with a realized figured bass and a clear musical text that many performers will certainly prefer over the critical facsimile, and which also manages to include informative commentary on the music and its performance.
One such firm, Zapata Corporation, headquartered in Houston, found cost and time-saving potential in its communication message center, which housed telex and analog facsimile equipment.
With a modular, build-to-order design, customers can configure a device based upon functional and paper handling requirements, choosing options to create a custom device ranging from a stand-alone copier to a fully integrated copier, printer, scanner, and facsimile.
Facsimile editions of Western art music have become increasingly commonplace in recent years.