line copy

noun Printing.
a document, drawing, or the like, consisting of two tones, as black and white, without intermediate gradations. Compare halftone ( def 1 ). Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Line copy is that in which the design or image of the original is composed of
  lines or dots of solid color.
The credits also recall the first film's cattle-birthing episode, while making
  viewers glad this isn't a line-by-line copy.
Straight line copy is available in standard typestyles at no charge.
Upon completion of the plan corrections, re-submittal of the original red line
  copy is required.
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