Examples of microfilm in a Sentence
studying newspaper microfilms from the early 1900s
Recent Examples of microfilm from the Web
Each model contains a bit of microfilm printed with all the names of the readers who donated towards their creation.
Lorraine has been sent to Berlin to retrieve microfilm with a list of foreign agents working in the region.
Lorraine has been sent to Berlin to retrieve a microfilm with a list of foreign agents working in the region.
Using original-source material is important to genealogy, and those sources are frequently recorded on microfilm and microfiche.
An Oklahoma judge has awarded 10 microfilm Bibles that NASA launched into space to Mersch, who fought a legal battle with a Texas agency over who owned the tiny books.
Mr. Molfino became a messenger for the group, hiding microfilm in toys and cigarette packs, and shuttling between Europe and Central America.
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Origin and Etymology of microfilm
First Known Use: 1906See Words from the same year
First Known Use of microfilm
MICROFILM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of microfilm for English Language Learners
: film on which very small photographs of the printed pages of a newspaper, magazine, etc., are stored
MICROFILM Defined for Kids
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