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mis·cop·y

 (mĭs-kŏp′ē)
tr.v. mis·cop·ied, mis·cop·y·ing, mis·cop·ies
To copy incorrectly.
n. (mĭs′kŏp′ē)
An incorrect copy.

miscopy

(ˌmɪsˈkɒpɪ)
n, pl -pies
a mistake in copying
vb (tr) , -pies, -pying or -pied
to copy wrongly or badly

miscopy


Past participle: miscopied
Gerund: miscopying

Imperative
miscopy
miscopy
Present
I miscopy
you miscopy
he/she/it miscopies
we miscopy
you miscopy
they miscopy
Preterite
I miscopied
you miscopied
he/she/it miscopied
we miscopied
you miscopied
they miscopied
Present Continuous
I am miscopying
you are miscopying
he/she/it is miscopying
we are miscopying
you are miscopying
they are miscopying
Present Perfect
I have miscopied
you have miscopied
he/she/it has miscopied
we have miscopied
you have miscopied
they have miscopied
Past Continuous
I was miscopying
you were miscopying
he/she/it was miscopying
we were miscopying
you were miscopying
they were miscopying
Past Perfect
I had miscopied
you had miscopied
he/she/it had miscopied
we had miscopied
you had miscopied
they had miscopied
Future
I will miscopy
you will miscopy
he/she/it will miscopy
we will miscopy
you will miscopy
they will miscopy
Future Perfect
I will have miscopied
you will have miscopied
he/she/it will have miscopied
we will have miscopied
you will have miscopied
they will have miscopied
Future Continuous
I will be miscopying
you will be miscopying
he/she/it will be miscopying
we will be miscopying
you will be miscopying
they will be miscopying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been miscopying
you have been miscopying
he/she/it has been miscopying
we have been miscopying
you have been miscopying
they have been miscopying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been miscopying
you will have been miscopying
he/she/it will have been miscopying
we will have been miscopying
you will have been miscopying
they will have been miscopying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been miscopying
you had been miscopying
he/she/it had been miscopying
we had been miscopying
you had been miscopying
they had been miscopying
Conditional
I would miscopy
you would miscopy
he/she/it would miscopy
we would miscopy
you would miscopy
they would miscopy
Past Conditional
I would have miscopied
you would have miscopied
he/she/it would have miscopied
we would have miscopied
you would have miscopied
they would have miscopied
References in periodicals archive ?
The intended pun, however, is often ruined when correction or miscopying intervenes and the supposed misspelling is changed back to "never.
He further believes that BEACH is an English translation of Portuguese PRAIA, which is itself a miscopying of PRATA (silver), nicely tying up with 'gold'.
However, some other mistakes can be seen as a problem of miscopying due to "mishearing" rather than to "misreading" the text.
In contrast, the bibliographic information for the play that appears on WorldCat lists 1788 as the year of publication, which is certainly an error, and probably derives from miscopying the 1778 from the typewritten speculation.
While the presence or absence of the Cadwallader chapters might potentially have thematic or political implications, the explanation for Rubricator 2's large error of obscuring the presence of Cadwallader by miscopying five chapter headings is more likely procedural than content-driven.
It thus makes it easier for us to posit previous 'u', deriving from the combination iu, a form which Rivet and Smith noted as especially prone to miscopying, as with the Antonine Itinerary's 'Portus Adurni' for a likelier Portus Adiuni 'port of the much-desired (stream)' (Rivet and Smith 1979: 203; Breeze 2004b).
Rather, we treat the possibility of miscopying or worse as a reason to discount the reliability of the evidence.
Here Verkerk uncovers a sophisticated, nonlinear organization of narrative images to articulate ideas about good and evil, a very different conclusion from those of earlier scholars who saw in the organization of images in the Ashburnham Pentateuch a miscopying of earlier narrative cycles muddled by confusion or simple decorative needs.
Both are full of problems in forms and meanings further complicated by miscopying (e.
Cells are very crowded and chemically energetic places, so miscopying sometimes occurs.
Yamamoto Tatsuro, in his "Van-don: A Trade Port in Vietnam" (Memoirs of the Research Department of the Toyo Bunko 39 [1981]: 1--28) cites four references dating from 1149 to 1467 taken from the Vietnamese annals Dai Viet Su ky Toan thu in which it is recorded that ships from "Tiem-la" (the Vietnamese pronunciation of the characters "Xian-luo") had traded at Van don Yamamoto also suggests that these early references to the polity may result from miscopying or interpolation in later copying (pp.
The quarto reading could be attributed to miscopying.