Definition of Facsimile machine
1. Noun. Duplicator that transmits the copy by wire or radio.
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Literary usage of Facsimile machine
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1. International Marketing Resource Guide by William A. Delphos, DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"TELEX Although the facsimile machine has gained widespread use, the telex is still a common form of international correspondence. ..."
2. Information and Communication Technologies for Development in Africa by Ramata Molo Thioune (2003)
"Apart from the telephone, the facsimile machine is also used, but mainly by people ... Although an operator can assist with the use of a facsimile machine, ..."
3. A Catalog of National ISDN Solutions for Selected NIUF Applications (1993)
"The Group 3 facsimile machine connected to the ISDN line can easily communicate with other Group 3 facsimile machines connected to analog phone lines. ..."
4. Making Things Better: Competing in Manufacturing (1993)
"He furnished his own factory with a facsimile machine and such ... When he received a rush order on his facsimile machine, he could spread the work out ..."
5. Manual of Patent Examining Procedure edited by J. Michael Thesz (1997)
"Guidelines for facsimile transmission are clearly set forth in 37 CFR 1.6(d) and should be read before transmitting by facsimile machine. ..."