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by B. Funcke, M. Robecchi, I. Cheng, L. Gillick, D. Mcclean, K. Goldsmith, D. Bader, N. Currie, M. Clark, Grupa O.K. Copy comes from the Latin copius, source of abundance. In its essence as a proof of fecundity (the ancient emblem of the cornucopia), "mechanical (and digital) reproduction" today seems more justified than ...
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by B. Funcke, M. Robecchi, I. Cheng, L. Gillick, D. Mcclean, K. Goldsmith, D. Bader, N. Currie, M. Clark, Grupa O.K. Copy comes from the Latin copius, source of abundance. In its essence as a proof of fecundity (the ancient emblem of the cornucopia), "mechanical (and digital) reproduction" today seems more justified than ...
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