In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1microfilm masculinemicrofilme masculinebefore noun microfilm reader — lector de microfilms masculine
- Unfortunately we all need to come to face the fact that there is officially no perfect way to archive photography other than making a high quality print and putting it in a safety deposit box or on microfilm.
- As local studies librarian I manage a wide-ranging collection including newspapers and indexes to birth, marriages and deaths, which you can book to consult on microfilm by telephoning the library.
- I was recently reading through old editions of the New York Times on microfilm and came across a story showing that the history of on-air telepathy tests has always been a sorry one.
- This room full of books was connected to a smaller room that had a Reader machine in it, so people could read newspapers on microfilm.
- It came out once a week and from 1963 to the present the back issues are on microfilm, but the issues before that are in an old coatroom in old banker's boxes labeled 1946, 1947.
- While innumerable neurotic New Yorker fanatics have saved piles of the magazine in closets or basements, the few easily accessible archives of the magazine's contents have been on microfilm or in bound volumes in public libraries.
- Except for published extracts, these 124 manuscript diaries have only been available at the West Point Library and on microfilm.
- Anybody want to buy the entire 1950s run on microfilm?
- This extensive collection, all on microfilm is a copy of the detailed compilation of all such records in the country which was carried out by the Mormons in Ireland in the 1950's.
- It now exists in typescript, in a few libraries, including that of the University of Calgary, and on microfilm.
- Far too much of my work involved reading old newspapers and regional magazines on microfilm.
- A small scratch on microfilm can result in the loss of a large amount of data.
- These newspapers are currently stored on microfilm, which was produced from newspapers that had deteriorated through the years.
- Two-thirds of these files on soldiers killed in the First World War were destroyed in the Blitz but the charred and water-damaged remnants are being pieced together and made available on microfilm.
- Under Texas law, a copy of military personnel files of those serving in the Texas Air National Guard must be retained on microfilm at the Texas archives.
- The dissemination of collections on microfilm through interlibrary loan has given way to the speedy delivery of digitized documents online.
- Fearing loss and destruction of the rare texts, the Japanese government previously donated about 50 million yen to fund their preservation on microfilm.
- Most large libraries have copies, usually on microfilm, of newspapers from their regions.
- Newspapers utilized for this study included African-American newspapers that were in existence from the 1920s through at least the 1950s and have been preserved on microfilm as well as in the original.
- Hart had discovered the article on microfilm while researching the history of karate in the library of the University of Ohio.
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