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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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Kessler had served as West Coast Vice President, Human Resources for PolyGram Holding, Inc.
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 deal was signed after several weeks of discussions that involved PolyGram UK chairman John Kennedy, McGuinness and U2's lawyer Allen Grubman.
Jackson responded swiftly, saying Dutch-owned PolyGram had "a pattern of race and sex exclusion.
Sixteen DVD discs from PolyGram will be available with each kiosk.
When its initial lease was signed at Worldwide Plaza in 1988, PolyGram occupied four full floors, totaling 118,000 square feet.
Universal Studios announced Wednesday it will launch its own foreign movie distribution arm by using the international operations of PolyGram Filmed Entertainment.
Electronics giant Philips yesterday confirmed it was in talks with Canadian company Seagram over the sale of its stake in PolyGram, the entertainment group credited with playing a major role in the revival of British films.
The movie business, which Polygram started six years ago, is expected to make money next year.
Sandoval was the Senior Vice President and Executive Vice President at PolyGram Music Publishing and MGM/UA Studios, respectively.
Murphy was at PolyGram Holding for nine years and held the position of Chief Financial Officer from 1997 to December 1998.
Seagram, which has been trying to sell PolyGram Filmed Entertainment since last spring, had no comment on reports that Prince Muhammad Bin Bandur Abdul Aziz has been in negotiations for several months to buy PFE for $400 million.