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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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PolyGram recorded the concert and it became the most successful classical recording of its era, selling more than twelve million audio units and over three million video units (FTC 2002).
With the downfall of PolyGram and Studio Canal, he says, "Not only has it not happened but we are now back to where we were in the '80s, with American films grabbing as much as 90% of the box office here.
Mr Levy will team up with David Munns, who is also a former executive of PolyGram and becomes vice-chairman specialising in marketing and human resources.
The suits at Polygram had a fit and demanded that the tracks be removed from the site for fear of piracy.
Her new single Irreplaceable will be launched through Polygram in early Spring.
He says it was set to be the biggest-selling single from a musical - then Polygram cut the price to 1p less than the minimum needed to count for the pop charts.
The music and entertainment group PolyGram International said it had raised its shareholding in Turkish record label Plaza Musik to 51%.
Apparently, this was the motive behind the organization's recent purchase of $1,000 worth of stock in PolyGram Records.
NEW YORK -- Philips Electronics and PolyGram Video are teaming up to bring the DVD experience to the mainstream consumer by offering a joint hardware-software rental program to video rental dealers beginning June 24.
Liz Dawn's House Party, from Polygram Video at pounds 12.
In recent years, PolyGram has been aggressively absorbing available space at Worldwide Plaza in order to accommodate the rapid growth of its core entertainment businesses," noted David W.
In 1980, Regan became Polygram Records' General Manager of West Coast Operations.