the conflict between copyright holders and other individuals over the use, distribution, and replication of copyright materials Also called copyright social conflict
[kop-ee-gurl] /ˈkɒp iˌgɜrl/ noun 1. a female employee who runs errands and sometimes delivers in a newspaper office.
/ˈkɒpɪˌɡrɑːf; -ˌɡræf/ noun 1. another name for hectograph
[kop-ee-hohld] /ˈkɒp iˌhoʊld/ noun 1. (formerly) a type of ownership of land in England, evidenced by a of the manor roll establishing the title. 2. an estate under such ownership. /ˈkɒpɪˌhəʊld/ noun (law, formerly) 1.
[kop-ee-hohl-der] /ˈkɒp iˌhoʊl dər/ noun 1. a person or thing that holds copy. 2. a device for holding copy in its place, as on a printer’s frame or on a typewriter. 3. a proofreader’s assistant who reads copy aloud or follows it while proof is read for the detection of deviations from it in proof. […]