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jukebox

A system for archiving data in which older information is stored on DVDs and accessed by mechanically loading the disks and playing them, much the way conventional coin-operated jukebox played 45-rpm records in mid-20th century.
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When screened, later the same evening, that particular episode of Juke Box Jury was watched by an estimated 23 million viewers.
Hartlepool station Watch Manager Colin Robinson said: "When we got there the lights were on, the juke box was on but it was empty.
RESULTS: IRC Class One: 1 Juke Box (B Morton), 2 Mighty Max (N Thomas), 3 Dynamite.
Keith Hogben, RSPCA animal collection officer, said he had no idea how the snake had ended up in the juke box last night.
Now,however,it's easier to find a 1957 juke box on the internet than it is to find a pint of milk in Wales on a Sunday.
Opinions were divided which horse would have prevailed but Juke Box Billy has been an unlucky horse for me after sprawling at Kelso with the race in the bag.
If the BBC is going to turn a cold shoulder to all drug-taking implications in pop music," said the NME, "it might as well scrub Juke Box Jury immediately.
Free fun fair for kids 12-4pm, free juke box, clowns and balloon making.
It would have a juke box alongside it, playing Beatles classics on request, with any money being raised going to local charities.
However, landlord Nick Gent is keen to assure the pub's many regulars that it will remain determinedly unyuppified when it reopens in November - right down to its Monster of Rock juke box.
Family viewing included Crackerjack, Sunday Night at the London Palladium, the Morecambe and Wise Show, Juke Box Jury and Thank Your Lucky Stars.
And while the Juke Box Eddies are mostly veterans of the original Mersey Beat era, they are passionate about flying the flag for the songs that launched the careers of Elvis, Chuck Berry, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.