use photocopies in a sentence.
Come to find out they were photocopies from the 70′s, and even some patient information there!
There is a suggestion that this odd little room is meant to be a look into Ballard’s psyche, and one of the most interesting works is the writer’s own “Project for a New Novel”, a collage of photocopies from the pages of Chemistry and Industry magazine, where Ballard worked briefly after leaving Cambridge University.
At best, as Steve says, it "photocopies" conventional wisdom.
Some migrants only brought partial documents with them or photocopies, meaning they've had to call relatives back in Sri Lanka or elsewhere to send supporting documentation.
This exposed strand then searches for a copy of itself (located on its sister chromosome), and "photocopies" past the broken region, repairing the DNA and zipping itself back up.