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xerox Definitions

noun

a photocopier.

verb

to make a paper copy or copies by means of a photocopier.

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  • sometime between 1:00 and 2:00 p.m. that sunday the french foreign secretary reached a ranking member of the us delegation by phone, informing him that the french government had in hand a highly important document which it wished to pass to the president. one of our bilingual senior career officers hastened to the quai d'orsay and received the document--which was, of course, the aide mémoire which khrushchev had just left with the president of the french republic. there was a delay while the quai sought out a xerox machine that would work and it was 2:00 p.m. before the officer reached mr. eisenhower in the residence. what he had was a dozen or so pages of french which he speedily read aloud in english. in such a fashion did the president learn what the soviet position was and that it was unlikely to change before the monday meeting. cia.gov

  • among fractionated lasers, the brand fraxel has become like xerox or kleenex — almost synonymous with the category. fraxel lasers can be divided into many types, based on how ablative or nonablative the treatment is. for example, there’s fraxel restore, a nonablative option; fraxel repair, an ablative fractionated co2 laser; and fraxel dual, a nonbablative option with two lasers: one to target pigmentation and sun damage and the other to target wrinkles and acne scarring. everydayhealth.com

  • after graduating from marymount college, mulcahy worked for two years at chase manhattan bank. she then went to xerox where she started as a field sales representative in 1976 and climbed to increasingly higher management positions. she logged in three years as vice president for human resources before becoming chief staff officer in 1997 and corporate senior vice president in 1998. factmonster.com

  • ms. strickland: deb strickland from xerox. i just would like to make a comment that just because xerox isn’t seeing transactions coming on the commercial side do not mean they are not happening. again, they could be on a bar napkin. they could be on an excel sheet. they could be being faxed so they go around our processing. hhs.gov

  • after graduating from marymount college, mulcahy worked for two years at chase manhattan bank. she then went to xerox where she started as a field sales representative in 1976 and climbed to increasingly higher management positions. she logged in three years as vice president for human resources before becoming chief staff officer in 1997 and corporate senior vice president in 1998. infoplease.com

  • reproduction (photocopying, hand-held camera copying, photoduplication and other forms of copying allowed by "fair use"): restricted. in providing photographs for the library's collections, the halsman estate has stipulated that photographic reproductions for "fair use" purposes may not be made without the written permission of the estate. while the estate allows xerox copies to be made without its permission, p&p's policy on copying prohibits xeroxing of original photographs in the halsman collection. loc.gov

  • with that in mind, other companies such as xerox have also caught on. "there is value to both the employee and the corporation in providing convenient opportunities for health improvement. xerox certainly believes that healthy, happy employees are productive employees resulting in lower medical care costs for employees and the company, " sandi alexander tuttle, manager at xerox recreation association, tells webmd. medicinenet.com

  • unfortunately, there’s little evidence to date to suggest that simply offering currently available online portals will create the kind of genuine patient engagement that produces these impressive research results. in fact, surveys suggest most us patients aren’t all that impressed with what’s being offered. a recent xerox survey found that 64% of americans don’t use online patient portals.3 similarly a survey from technology advice, a consulting firm, found that nearly 4 out of 10 patients weren’t even sure their doctor had a patient portal and less than half of patients had been told about the patient portal during or outside their visit.4 medpagetoday.com