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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmicrofichemi‧cro‧fiche /ˈmaɪkrəʊfiːʃ $ -kroʊ-/ noun [countable, uncountable]  TCNINFORMATIONa sheet of microfilm which can only be read using a special machine, especially in a libraryon microfiche Details of all members are now available on microfiche.
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microficheThere is a growing microfilm and microfiche collection.Microfilm and microfiche will be restored by a different method.The possibility of reducing words here could be very useful as televised text and microfiche present problems with eye fatigue and space.Contemporary Women Artists, a new colour microfiche is now on its second print run.There is an already large microfilm collection, including microfiche herbaria.It produces condensed volumes of modules which can be reproduced on paper, microfilm or microfiche.The relevant titles will be missing completely from Whitaker's microfiche services.There were also one or two microfiche readers.
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