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polygram

 [pol´e-gram]
a tracing made by a polygraph.

polygram

(pŏl′ē-grăm) [″ + gramma, something written]
A tracing or record made by a polygraph.

polygram

a tracing made by a polygraph.
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The young up-and-coming star who may top the UK charts next week with Do You Love Boy, claimed she was signed by Polygram Records two years ago when she was only 16.
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I feel like I'm just halfway through my career and am coming out steaming in the second half,'' reports Al Jarreau, who recently signed with Polygram Records.
Paul Keogh, of Polygram Records, whose company markets and distributes the U2 single in Ireland, said the prices were different because of different marketing strategies.