There was no email, there were no personal computers, there was no fax, there was no credit card.
I received that fax and immediately called Ken, who was in London at the time.
Then a tall oﬃcer in a dark blue uniform entered the room, walked over to a fax machine and pulled out a paper.
According to a police source, that fax came in at 2:46 p.m.—literally a after before the fatal bullets flew.
The letters, telephone calls, and fax messages started pouring into the Lyceum.
fax is the general expression for any sort of torch; tda is a natural pine torch; funale, an artificial wax-torch.
The difficulty, then, is how fax we are ourselves the objects of our senses.
fax mentis honest gloria—Glory is the torch of an honourable mind.
Jordan raised his head and stared over the fax sheet at Clements.
It is to be connected, it would seem, etymologically with fax, 'a torch'.