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  Copy (written) - ArticleWorld   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Written copy is the text of an article or advertisement.
Copy is a distinguished component of a page layout, separate from images or overall design.
Copy is also a large component of the advertising industry.
www.articleworld.org /index.php/Copy_(written)   (197 words)

  Copy (written) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Copy (written) refers to written material, in contrast to photographs or other elements of layout, in a large number of contexts, including magazines and advertising.
The text will be written with an eye to the target market.
The term copy also refers to text in books, magazines (and newspapers), generally for the body copy, the main article or text that writers are responsible for, and not accompanying material such as headlines, which are written by copy editors.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Copy_(written)   (210 words)

 rootr.net : man : File::Copy
File::Copy also provides the "syscopy" routine, which copies the file specified in the first parameter to the file specified in the second parameter, preserving OS-spe- cific attributes and file structure.
If either argument to "copy" is a handle to an opened file, then data is copied using Perl operators, and no effort is made to preserve file attributes or record structure.
All data from the input file is copied to the output file; if either of the first two parameters to "rmscopy" is a file handle, its position is unchanged.
rootr.net /man/man/File::Copy   (929 words)

 Copy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Look up Copy in Wiktionary, the free dictionary
Copy (written) refers to written content in a large number of contexts including magazines and advertising, in contrast to photographs or other elements of layout.
Reproduction or facsimile, as of a rare or precious object; a replica.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Copy   (127 words)

 Islamic Medical Manuscripts, Medical Poetry 3
Two additional commentaries are in the collections of NLM: a rather rare one written in the 15th century by Mūsá ibn Ibrāhīm al-Baghdādī and a unique copy of a hitherto unknown commentary written earlier in the same century by ‘Alī ibn ‘Abd Allāh ibn Haydūr.
The copy is dated in the colophon, lines 12-17) where it is said that the unnamed copyist completed it on the 16th of the month of Dhu al-Qa‘dah 1005 [1 July 1597] from a copy finished on 8 Sha‘ban 633 [15 May 1236].
Pages 8-51 are written in a similar naskh script but by a different hand, also using 27 lines per page; fl ink with the text being commented upon indicated by fl overlinings; there are also some red overlinings and some marginal corrections; catchwords.
www.nlm.nih.gov /hmd/arabic/poetry_3.html   (2056 words)

 NPS Historical Handbook: Gettysburg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The second draft of the address was written in Gettysburg probably on the morning of its delivery, as it contains certain phrases that are not in the first draft but are in the reports of the address as delivered and in subsequent copies made by Lincoln.
As this fourth copy was written on both sides of the paper, it proved unusable for this purpose, and Mr.
In all probability it was the last copy written by Lincoln, and because of the apparent care in its preparation it has become the standard version of the address.
www.cr.nps.gov /history/online_books/hh/9/hh9g2.htm   (698 words)

 U.S. Copyright Office - Copyright Law
(1) A "digital audio copied recording" is a reproduction in a digital recording format of a digital musical recording, whether that reproduction is made directly from another digital musical recording or indirectly from a transmission.
(11) The term "serial copying" means the duplication in a digital format of a copyrighted musical work or sound recording from a digital reproduction of a digital musical recording.
Such report shall be accompanied by the written record, and shall set forth the facts that the Panel found relevant to its determination.
www.copyright.gov /title17/92chap10.html   (3444 words)

 Zero copy sockets and NFS patches for FreeBSD
The original zero copy NFS patches, which eliminated a copy from the kernel to userland, used the vfs_ioopt code that Matt Dillon says is broken.
The DMA or copy from the kernel into the NIC, or from the NIC into the kernel is not the copy that is being eliminated.
Memory copies from userland into the kernel are one of the largest bottlenecks in network performance on a BSD system, so eliminating them can greatly increase network throughput, and decrease system load when CPU or memory bandwidth isn't the limiting factor.
people.freebsd.org /~ken/zero_copy   (4074 words)

 Islamic Culture and the Medical Arts: Visual Catalog (Part 3/9)
The undated copy, written in a fine professional hand with an illuminated heading and opening text in cloud bands, was probably produced in Iran or India in the 17th to 18th century.
The copy is undated, but its script, paper and ink suggest that it was copied at the end of the 14th century.
The copy was completed in October of 1407 (Jumada I 810 H) and is one of the earliest preserved copies.
www.nlm.nih.gov /exhibition/islamic_medical/catalog_02.html   (482 words)

 Southeast Asia
Written by businessman studying the lower Burma area for its economic potential in 1930.
Written by a freelance journalist, this is a contemporary account of Burma's civil war that encompasses more than a dozen armies, scores of ethnic groups, opium warlords of the Golden Triangle, and the rise of the democracy movement inside Burma.
Written in diary form on a trip to the Far Est with her husband.
www.dalleybookservice.com /southeastasia.html   (16505 words)

 Copyright Office Basics
However, when copies or phonorecords are offered for sale or lease to a group of wholesalers, broadcasters, or motion picture theaters, publication does take place if the purpose is further distribution, public performance, or public display.
The copyright notice should be affixed to copies or phonorecords in such a way as to “give reasonable notice of the claim of copyright.” The three elements of the notice should ordinarily appear together on the copies or phonorecords or on the phonorecord label or container.
Copies of works published before March 1, 1989, that consist primarily of one or more works of the U. government should have a notice and the identifying statement.
www.copyright.gov /circs/circ1.html   (6993 words)

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A test package for a that is written in C. The block copy routine has been written for speed.
The routine examines the relative alignment of the source and destination blocks (byte, word, or longword) and uses the widest of three move instructions (move.b, move.w, or move.l) possible on a 68000.
The code was written under Lightspeed C on a Macintosh.
www.ross.net /compression/download/original/old_fast_copy.68000   (665 words)

 Snappy Copy - Don't let badly written text bite your site and your business!
Copy that positively glistens with a must-see, must-return gleam.
Not only are these folks not using all of the great Web copy tricks at their disposal, they've also ignored the basics of traditional copywriting.
This copy needs to be so coercive, so snappy that it spirits your customers into a credit card number-yielding trance.
www.efuse.com /Design/copy-attacks.html   (2422 words)

 Direct Mail Copyrighting
In advertising parlance, the reading matter of a letter or other piece of advertising is termed "copy." In the eyes of the uninitiated this probably seems the most important part of advertising since it is the method of conveying the message to the reader.
The last paragraph is not intended to convey the impression that writing "copy" is merely a matter of grammar or syntax, though that is important.
One instance will prove the value of copy written on this basis: A charity in Maryland sent out five hundred appeals for contributions and received 90 responses with total returns directly traceable to the appeal of $1054 and about $2000 was secured by following up the written appeal by a personal call.
www.direct-mail.org /copy.htm   (850 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In conjunction with the GAU charge increase, we want to give users the option of keeping only one tape copy of some or all of their files, rather than two copies (1 primary and 1 backup), which is the default now.
Obviously having two copies of a file (on two different tapes) is going to be "safer" than having only one copy, no matter how reliable that one copy is. But for many files (hopefully VERY many), one copy should be sufficient.
But the main point is that now, ALL files written to the MSS have two copies made (the first copy on 9840, and the second copy on either 9840 or Redwood).
www.atd.ucar.edu /workshops/RTF_DM_010605/mss_changes.txt   (1024 words)

 Print ~ Copy Editing and Writing Design ~ Promotional : Grant Communications LLC Designers
Copy is all the written text in the body and sidebars of a web site.
Copy for a web site requires a different style than other mediums to be effective.
Copy exploration is an information gathering and organization process that provides the source material from which a web site is written.
www.e-websitedesigners.com /print-design-copy-writing.htm   (342 words)

Inscription on enpaper, o/w v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
A mint copy in a mint d/j as purchased new.
Written by John C. Pratt, it is an excellent report as he covers the political context under which the Lao Air Force developed.
www.dalleybookservice.com /laos.html   (11679 words)

 Copywriters - CoopyRites - CoopyRiter Writers
Website owners sign up with the article resource CoopyRite to sponsor the creation of articles in the topic areas shown on the home page of www.CoopyRite.com and the staff of CoopyRite locates writers with subject matter expertise to compose the articles, usually at the rate of 5-20 articles per month.
A portion of the articles that are written go directly on the sponsor’s website and the remaining articles are posted on CoopyRite for purchase by other websites.
Copies of unauthorized use are automatically processed and forwarded to search engines for DMCA compliance.
copywriters.coopyriter.com   (1027 words)

 MarketingProfs - Examples of GREAT webpage copy
Having studied and written copy for the web for several years now, I'm going to go against the grain and suggest that, regardless of the purchasing power of the customer*, you use copy that sounds like it came from a person rather than a company.
Copy is about getting a response, and any copy that does that at the level expected by the authors is good.
The Fifth P raises a great point in that all copy (no matter what media used), should talk on the same level as who is reading it.
www.marketingprofs.com /ea/qst_question.asp?qstID=174   (1343 words)

 Envision Blue, Inc. - Professional Copy Writing - Astoria, NY
Your page copy is what a visitor reads to find out what you offer, learn more about your company and is also a very important part of internet marketing.
Allow our copy writers to define your target audience, discover your voice, and clarify the type of copy that is best for your website and your business.
Copy writing is often over looked as an important part of your website.
www.envisionblue.com /copy-writing.php   (534 words)

 Filing Documents
A copy of 8 CFR is available for review in the Immigration Court.
All written material presented to the Court must be submitted on 8 1/2 x 11 paper unless otherwise permitted by the Immigration Judge.
The Court will accept a copy of each fee-stamped document, provided that it is received by the Court prior to the deadline established by the Immigration Judge.
www.usdoj.gov /eoir/sibpages/spm/filingdocs.htm   (1431 words)

The File::Copy module provides two basic functions, "copy" and "move", which are useful for getting the contents of a file from one place to another.
The "copy" function takes two parameters: a file to copy from and a file to copy to.
If the third parameter to "rmscopy" is 0, then it behaves much like the DCL COPY command: if the name or type of the output file was explicitly specified, then no timestamps are propagated, but if they were taken implicitly from the input filespec, then all timestamps other than the revision date are propagated.
h30097.www3.hp.com /docs/iass/OSIS_59/documents/MAN/MAN3/0097____.HTM   (828 words)

 Necronomicon: History of the book
However numerous other copies sure exist belonging to a private men and in purpose the voice that circulates with insistence is that a copy of the text in gothic chatacters of the fifteenth century makes part of the private collection of a famous multi-millionaire american man.
It seems that also the family Pickman of Boston has got a copy of the Greek text printed in Italy in the sixteenth century: if it is true, this however is sure vanished with the painter R. Pickman, whose traces from 1926 have gotten lost.
The Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris is in possession of a copy of the Spanish edition.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Olympus/9310/english1.htm   (1172 words)

Essays written by Emily Coleman, 1938-1968 "Art, Science and the Unknown," [1938] Also titled "Art, Religion and the Devil," "Art, Science & Religion," and "Beyond Blake, Nietzsche." Original ideas and notes concerning this article are found in the Coleman's 1938 diaries [F644-645].
Essays written by Emily Coleman (cont'd) "An Essay on Nightwood," 1944 Includes drafts of the essay and a letter and a note from Charles Henri Ford concerning publishing the piece in View.
Stories from the French Period, 1927 and [n.d.] Many of the stories written by Coleman are placed in particular chronological periods and locations.
www.lib.udel.edu /ud/spec/findaids/clmn4.htm   (3203 words)

 : Class DataOutputStream
Each character in the string is written out, in sequence, by discarding its high eight bits.
This value is the number of bytes actually written out, not the length of the string.
is incremented by the total number of bytes written to the output stream.
www.ida.liu.se /~eribe/djavadoc/java/io/DataOutputStream.html   (407 words)

 The Story of the song, America
Many original "autograph" copies of Smith's words still exist, and as he wrote out each copy he was very careful to preserve the original wording and punctuation - unlike Key, whose various copies of The Star Spangled Banner varied in words and punctuation.
The early handwritten copies do not bear the name, but in a copy written in 1890 by Smith, he has included the title (and has transposed two lines in the third verse).
Another was written to be sung at the opening of the Charles River Bridge at Bunker Hill in the 1780s (it started with the words Now let rich music sound), and in 1798 it appeared again as an Ode to the Fourth of July, with the words, Come All ye Sons of Song.
www.miketodd.net /encyc/americasong.htm   (512 words)

 File::Copy - Copy files or filehandles
All data from the input file is copied to the output file; if either of the first two parameters to
is 0, then it behaves much like the DCL COPY command: if the name or type of the output file was explicitly specified, then no timestamps are propagated, but if they were taken implicitly from the input filespec, then all timestamps other than the revision date are propagated.
File::Copy was written by Aaron Sherman in 1995, and updated by Charles Bailey in 1996.
www.xav.com /perl/lib/File/Copy.html   (729 words)

 How To Write Copy That Sells -- WHATEVER You're Selling!
The job of good advertising copy is to take the product or service seller from the sale of X units within Y time to the sale of X+ units within the same time period.
In other words, good advertising copy NEVER works in a vacuum; it always works to achieve a specific objective, and the more specific you can be about that objective, the better.
The best advertising copy is always communication between 2 people -- the marketer who has benefits to offer and the prospect who needs these benefits to improve his life.
www.worldprofit.com /homebusiness/copywriting.cfm   (2025 words)

 deviantART: News: Copyright - I Demand the Right to Copy!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
It is critical to remember that at this point in history copying a written work was extremely more difficult than copying now.
The claim is mostly inaccurate because it presupposes that the friend would otherwise have bought a copy from the publisher.
If the public decides it can share copies, then the publisher is not entitled to expect to be paid for each copy, and so cannot claim there is a "loss" when it is not.
news.deviantart.com /article/2948   (1830 words)

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