As the Brazilian-born son of German immigrants, Franco says he was too much of a carbon copy of Benedict.
Then, in an Israeli archive, I came across a carbon copy of the original directive.
In almost every other way, St. Francisville is a carbon copy of Sutton and thousands of other small towns across rural America.
And voters would learn quickly that the former Florida governor is no carbon copy of his father and brother.
As soon as she has typed this it is given to Mr. MacFurdle's secretary, and a carbon copy is put in the files.
But make the carbon copy just the sameand dont let them catch you at it.
The next document is a carbon copy of a letter dated August 8, 1962, with the typewritten signature of John de Menil.
I do not have it with me, but in case it is not in there, I have a carbon copy of it with all three signatures on it.
And this is a photostatic copy of what, with respect to an original, carbon copy or otherwise?
The carbon copy remains permanently bound for the hospital record.