fair copy

  1. a clean copy of a corrected draft
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How To Use fair copy In A Sentence

  • We were able to locate a fair copy of this manuscript.
  • And in these days Annie had at length finished her fair copy of Hector's last book, writing it out in her own lovelily legible hand -- not such as ladies in general count legible, because they can easily read it themselves; she could do better than that, she could write so that others could not fail to read. Far Above Rubies
  • Gratifying for activists, but Murray found herself disengaged from the discussion, including the very large Facebook group that formed, Fair Copyright for Canada. Archive 2009-04-01
  • Please make a fair copy of this letter.
  • fair copy
  • He now had a fair copy and could slip the letters back unremarked into the London Library Vico.
  • Gone are the days when we used to take dictation from the boss and get back with a typewritten fair copy.
  • Reconstructing the nonextant plate text, like recovering manuscript or fair copy, aims at capturing the historical moment of first creation, but it resulted in abstractions of the kind Bob referred to as the "work" level, because the excavations cannot be verified and the methods deducing them are suspect. Introduction
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