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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 Records is probably wondering if she'll surprise them with another pregnancy, though she and Ramon say it will be a few years before they can "afford" a third child.
In 1988, Shedd joined Mercury Polygram Records Nashville, where during the next six years he oversaw the signing of Kentucky Headhunters, Shania Twain, Billy Ray Cyrus, Toby Keith and Kathy Mattea.
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Before setting up on his own, Richard worked in London for one of the top names in the business, Bill Amberg Leather Design, and managed projects for retail luminaries like Louis Vuitton, Yves St Laurent and Polygram Records.
2d 102 (1990), James Taylor, lead singer for the musical recording group "Kool and the Gang," filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition and promptly moved to reject a recording contract with Polygram Records and Delightful Music.
The young up-and-coming star who may top the UK charts next week with Do You Love Boy, claimed she was signed by Polygram Records two years ago when she was only 16.
Apparently, this was the motive behind the organization's recent purchase of $1,000 worth of stock in PolyGram Records.
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Prior to joining Universal, Reinert was the Vice President of Business & Legal Affairs for PolyGram Records, representing the legendary Verve Records label and Mercury Nashville Records.
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In 1993, it was resold to Polygram Records for $300 million.
The BBC and Polygram Records are donating all profits from it to the fund.