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fiche

 (fēsh)
n.
A microfiche.

fiche

(fiːʃ)
n
(Photography) See microfiche, ultrafiche

mi•cro•fiche

(ˈmaɪ krəˌfiʃ)

n., pl. -fiche, -fich•es.
a flat sheet of microfilm, containing reproductions of printed or graphic matter.
Also called fiche.
[1945–50; micro- + French fiche sheet, slip, index card, (earlier) marker, peg, n. derivative of ficher to drive in, fix; see fichu]
References in classic literature ?
'JE M'EN FICHE,' cried the Admiral, snapping his fingers.
He was not asked to dinner again for six weeks; and Fiche, my lord's confidential man, to whom Wagg naturally paid a good deal of court, was instructed to tell him that if he ever dared to say a rude thing to Mrs.
ImageMouse Plus 16 & 35mm roll, Ap cards, Fiche & Jackets
The Fiche S classification allows the government to monitor suspects, but the designation is not enough to warrant arrests.
Pour construire cette fiche de renseignements, je suis partie d'une recherche que j'ai menee au moment oU, dans le cadre du LLACAN, nous avons essaye de faire la synthese de ce que nous savions de la litterature orale dans le monde francophone (Litteratures orales africaines, livre dirige par Ursula Baumgardt et Jean Derive).
"There are a lot of creative ways that meetings or events can take place," Fiche said.
I was in Ethiopia to conduct research into the use of herbal medicine in Fiche, which is a rural town 115 km north of Addis Ababa at an elevation of 2700 metres above sea level.
It is time consuming to search the fiche but sometimes it will be the only way and years ago WAS the only way.
Hans-Joachim Kohler (Zug: Inter Documentation Co., 1979ff.), fiche 843 no.
Michael Smallman won the 2001 award in his capacity as director of shambolic mail-order computer firm Fiche & Chips.