A Daily Mail writer, wearing a facsimile of the dress, said it was sculpted to her body, but not restrictively so.
But she made it clear what she had liked about him; he wasn't a WASP, or some facsimile of a Kennedy.
At 5.30 he got his evening meal, he called it his tea, and it was little more than a facsimile of breakfast.
The Bailiff of Guernsey still uses a facsimile of the original seal.
See Introduction to Sommer's facsimile of the first edition, 1891.
It was written in Hebrew, and a facsimile of the knife was drawn on it.
Herewith are presented the text of their defense of England and their autograph signatures in facsimile.
The quarto was genuine in every respect, but it was a facsimile!
It didn't take long for the facsimile records to arrive, and Malone went right to work on them.
A facsimile of a key might be quite useless; a duplicate will open the lock.
("fax") A process by which fixed graphic material including pictures, text, or images is scanned and the information converted into electrical signals which are transmitted via telephone to produce a paper copy of the graphics on the receiving fax machine.
Some modems can be used to send and receive fax data. V.27 ter and V.29 protocols are used.