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xe•rog•ra•phy



Pronunciation: (zi-rog'ru-fē), [key]
n.
an electrostatic printing process for copying text or graphics whereby areas on a sheet of paper corresponding to the image areas of the original are sensitized with a charge of static electricity so that, when powdered with a toner carrying an opposite charge, only the charged areas retain the toner, which is then fused to the paper to make it permanent.

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xeroderma pigmentosumxerophagy
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