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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.
Louder than a jumbo jet in take-off, the technical know-how for the Juke Box comes from sound experts Martin Audio, who designed and built the current system in the infamous 'Box' - the main room in Ministry of Sound's London home.
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.
In the space of 48 hours they moved lock stock and juke box to upstairs at the Pilgrim, in Pilgrim Street, and from this Monday have been maintaining the high standards of good ale and headbanging.
THIEVES raided a Coventry pub in the early hours of yesterday morning, breaking into a cigarette machine, a juke box, pool table and gaming machines.
Rocket Run and Juke Box Billy were having a rare scrap when falling independently at the last fence here 12 days ago.
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.
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.