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microprinted

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌprɪntɪd)
adj
printed in microprint
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Copying microprinted legal documents becomes impossible as micro characters appear as a series of dots or a solid line, and hence, counterfeiting can be prevented.
It was an apparently ordinary yellow legal pad, but each ruled line, when magnified, reveals itself to be 'microprinted' text enumerating the full names, dates, and locations of each Iraqi civilian death on record over the first three years of the Iraq War.
Optaglio's sister company Metallic Security has also described holographic microprinted planchettes in WO 08029175.
Magnetic, fluorescent, phosphorescent, microprinted, and clear text security threads can also be embedded in the polymer banknote.
There's a plastic strip with the words USA, twenty, and a small flag microprinted. The strip is only visible when the bill is backlit.
* Microprinted borders contain printing too small to be reproduced by standard techniques.
Microprinted text looks like a thin line to the naked eye.
Microprinted words become illegible when scanned or photocopied.
The words "United States of America" are microprinted on Ben Franklin's coat, and the phrase "USA 100" is microprinted inside the "100" in the bottom left corner.
ed., Boston, West & Richardson 1818) (1787) (describing the duty "to bestow relief upon the poor" as "founded in the law of nature), microprinted on American Antiquarian Society, Early American Imprints, 2d Series, No 45200 (Readex Microprint).