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tam·bour

(tahm-būr'),
The recording part of a graphic apparatus, such as a sphygmograph, consisting of a membrane stretched across the open end of a cylinder and the recording stylus attached to it.
[Fr. drum]

tambour

/tam·bour/ (tam-boor´) a drum-shaped appliance used in transmitting movements in a recording instrument.

tambour

[tam′bo̅o̅r]
a cylindric drumlike device connected to an air tube and stylus, used to record sphygmographic or other physiological data.

tam·bour

(tahm-būr')
Recording part of a graphic apparatus, consisting of a membrane stretched across the open end of a cylinder and the stylus attached to it.
[Fr. drum]
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