- A length of film containing microphotographs of a newspaper, catalog, or other document: all those forms go on microfilm his vast hoard of microfilmsMore example sentences
- 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.
- Most large libraries have copies, usually on microfilm, of newspapers from their regions.
- A small scratch on microfilm can result in the loss of a large amount of data.
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- Make a microfilm of (a newspaper, catalog, or other document).More example sentences
- The selected titles were microfilmed by Document Technology, Inc., of Mobile.
- Librarians argued that if newspapers were not microfilmed they would disintegrate.
- Novelist and literary essayist Nicholson Baker once again has caused a stir in the library world, this time attacking the sale and/or destruction of original newspapers once they have been microfilmed.
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