Recent Examples of recorder from the Web
To gauge what impact the increase should have had, Murray and his co-workers stashed temperature recorders inside plastic eggs and buried them in 25 croc nests.
Some stuff that's happening at this wedding: aggressive flower crowns, a wooden recorder, Evan crying, a lotta unbuttoned shirts on the menfolk.
Carroll has not returned numerous phone calls seeking comment on the Spectrum News Pure Politics report based on an on-camera interview with the accuser – photographer Jason Geis – and Geis' recording of the incident on a hidden tape recorder.
Nieto is 12 chapters into his own story of recovery, talking into the recorder every day.
Last Thursday, the NTSB released more than 500 pages of information relating to the ongoing investigation, which included transcripts of passenger and crew interviews and the cockpit voice recorder and a video of the emergency evacuation.
The ukulele has replaced the recorder in many public school music education programs, too.
The Catherine Street Consort will also play period music and country dance tunes using a full family of recorders, along with guitar and percussion.
When Henry mentioned a state law pertaining to that, his sentence was cut off and one investigator insisted the recorder be turned off.
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First Known Use of recorder
RECORDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of recorder for English Language Learners
: a device that records sounds or images or both so that they can be heard or seen again
: a musical instrument that is shaped like a tube with holes and that is played by blowing into the top of the tube
: a judge in some courts of law
RECORDER Defined for Kids
legal Definition of recorder
- a recorder of deeds
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