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A facsimile is a copy of something that is as true to the original as possible.
One common use of the word is for books that reproduce exactly an older edition (often for scholarly purposes).

See also: Fax.

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Hudson Bay

... by Henry Hudson in 1610, while sailing on the Discovery. On this fourth voyage he worked his way around the west coast of Greenland and into the bay, mapping much of its ...