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phonograph

(fō′nō-grăf) [″ + graphein, to write]
An instrument used for the reproduction of sounds recorded on vinyl.
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NOT IMMUNE: Officers carry out a selection of equipment, above, left and right Pictures by MICHELLE MADDISON; David Wood, anti-piracy manager with the British Phonographic Industry; SHUT DOWN: An officer puts goods into a van, above, and how we reported the bust in yesterday's Gazette, right
The song that I wrote, sang, and recorded for the phonographic component of my phonokinetoscope quotes his song in the chorus: "You're the kind of girl that fits in with my world.
According to data published by trade body the British Phonographic Industry, Asda, Sainsbury, Tesco and Safeway were stocking recorded music in a combined total of 1,654 branches last year.
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) has filed suit against FAST Search 7 Transfer ASA and is also mulling action against Lycos itself.
The Brussels office will work closely with the Motion Picture Export Association of America (MPEAA) and the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI).
Yet we learn little about the circulation and readership of such journals as Phonographic World on which she draws so heavily.
Scratching is the DJ, or turntablist, technique of creating a variety of sounds by moving a vinyl record back and forth under a turntableeIUs phonographic needle.
The singer saw off competition including Bruno Mars and Katy Perry to top the chart put together by music royalty body Phonographic Performance Ltd which is based on airplay on TV and radio and venues including pubs, clubs, gyms and shops.
Contract award: the organization and implementation of the twentieth gala of the phonographic academy awards frederick 2014 in the congress hall of the palace of culture and science in warsaw on 24 april 2014.
Welcoming the ruling, a British Phonographic Industry spokesman claimed: "The site infringes copyright on a huge scale.
Ryan Cleary had been charged with three specific attacks - on the London based International Federation of the Phonographic Industry in November 2010, the British Phonographic Industry in October 2010, and Soca.
Muir was reportedly caught after both the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) and the International Federation for the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) began investigating her download history.