a copy

a copy

n. a piece, as with an item produced. We sell the toy at $14 a copy.
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References in classic literature ?
I added that, in the event of my subsequently requiring a copy of the original register, I should make application to Mr.
It was hidden in a secret place, and a copy was made resembling the original in all points and set up for all to see, in order to deceive those who might have designs against it.
If I could only lay hold of a copy of the picture I might ask leave to go and compare it with the original.
Casaubon's leaving a copy of himself; moreover, he had not yet succeeded in issuing copies of his mythological key; but he had always intended to acquit himself by marriage, and the sense that he was fast leaving the years behind him, that the world was getting dimmer and that he felt lonely, was a reason to him for losing no more time in overtaking domestic delights before they too were left behind by the years.
In a certain city of the country it had over forty of its "Army" in the headquarters of the Telegraph Trust, and no message of importance to Socialists ever went through that a copy of it did not go to the "Appeal.
Now when these poor sun-burnt mariners, bare-footed, and with their trowsers rolled high up on their eely legs, had wearily hauled their fat fish high and dry, promising themselves a good 150 pounds from the precious oil and bone; and in fantasy sipping rare tea with their wives, and good ale with their cronies, upon the strength of their respective shares; up steps a very learned and most Christian and charitable gentleman, with a copy of Blackstone under his arm; and laying it upon the whale's head, he says -- Hands off
Nothing so good had happened to me, I replied--but I believed that I had seen a copy of Alastor
And I trust, Miss Jemima, you have made a copy of Miss Sedley's account.
They would provide themselves with a copy of the Will from Doctors' Commons," I said.
Enough now to show you an old map I found, or, rather, a copy of it, and some of the papers that tell of the idol," and he spread out his packet of papers on the table in front of him, his eyes shining with excitement and pleasure.
I kept a copy, but gave the original to the Burgomaster.
Impelled by surely I cannot say what motive, I glanced at the top of the page; it was a copy of that rare and curious work, "Denneker's Meditations," and the lady's index finger rested on this passage:
Such characters are only the faint copy of a copy, and can have neither the justness nor spirit of an original.
Yes, it is very short, but I made a copy of it, and here it is.
Can we have a copy of the poetry to keep in the family Bible?