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phonogram

 [fo´no-gram]
a graphic record of a sound.

pho·no·gram

(fō'nō-gram),
A graphic curve depicting the duration and intensity of a sound.
[phono- + G. gramma, diagram]

pho·no·gram

(fō'nŏ-gram)
A graphic curve depicting the duration and intensity of a sound.
[phono- + G. gramma, diagram]

phonogram

a graphic record of a sound.
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13) Rome Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organisations 1961 ; TRIPs Agreement 1994, WIPO Copyright Treaty 1996, WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty, Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances, for example.
Rumphorst (2005), a prominent German professor and the copyright institute's researcher, considers that the rise of the author's rights protection is heavily lobbied and the lobbyists advocating the strengthening of such protection are very powerful and influential (rich) 'players', such as film and phonogram producers, collecting societies and publishers.
In the case of the hotel, "the broadcasting of phonograms by a hotel operator is of a profit-making nature," held the court.
The 1971 Convention for the Protection of Producers of Phonograms Against Unauthorized Duplication of Their Phonograms (also known as the Geneva Phonograms Convention) was an important impetus for the United States to finally assign copyright protection to recordings.
Third, we need to provide a model that can account for the use of graphemes at higher phonological levels, to see how syllabograms and morphograms can be intermingled with the default phonograms of standard spelling.
Both countries also have ratified the WIPO Copyright Treaty and WIPO Performance and Phonograms Treaty (the "WIPO Internet treaties"), which focus on IPR protection and enforcement in the digital environment.
Can you see any 2 or 3 letter phonograms or small words within words on the page?
In one slim volume, "Uncovering the Logic of English" presents the rules and phonograms which describe 98% of English words and demonstrates how this knowledge revolutionizes reading, spelling, and vocabulary development.
Among her topics are phonograms as the building blocks of words, foundational consonant and vowel rules, words ending in one vowel and one consonant, adding suffixes to any word, and the final spelling rules.
Realising that technological measures needed legal cover, the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) instigated two treaties, namely: (1) the WIPO Copyright Treaty of 1996 (WCT), and (2) the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty of 1996 (WPPT).
81) In response, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) stepped in to create two new treaties: the WIPO Copyright Treaty (WCT) and the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty (WPPT).
In January 2010, a Joint Committee of Parliament approved accession to two of WIPO's main treaties, the WIPO Copyright Treaty and WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty.