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According to Cass County court records, someone broke into the church in the Cass County community of Creighton and stole a 55-inch flat screen television, an office copier and about $100 worth of groceries.
For instance, the administrative costs would include the salary and benefits of a school attendance clerk and copier toner and paper in a school's office.
The Xerox Star was priced more like a copier, an expensive office machine, rather than a personal computer.
Fujifilm is also trying to streamline its copier business with a larger focus on document solutions services.
Yet none of its efforts delivered a sizable profit maker to make up for its declining copier business.
The stuff in the vaults was typed on onion-skin paper too flimsy to be fed into a copier, so Jensen had to handle each page individually and later retype everything onto his computer.
Nineteen months ago, copier serviceman Bill Guernsey was in the middle of a trip to several villages along the Kuskokwim River when his plane crashed into the river ice on takeoff from Upper Kalskag.
Their exchanges arrive in a succession of 45 rapid-fire blackouts, many introduced with pings and other audio snippets (designed by Käri B. Berntson) that suggest, say, a text alert, or a news-radio bulletin, or an office copier.
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Definition of copier for English Language Learners
: a machine that makes paper copies of printed pages, pictures, etc.
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