Recent Examples of recorder from the Web
When a plane crashes into water, a sonic beacon on the recorders sends out a signal for about 30 days.
The onboard recorders, known as black boxes, can be difficult, if not impossible, to recover deep beneath the waves.
Dean Logan, head of the California Association of Clerks and Election Officials and also the registrar-recorder for Los Angeles County, said some of his workers attended DefCon.
Digital video recorders, or DVRs, use hard drives to store the shows so the user can watch later and even fast-forward through commercials.
Those last three words are muttered every time a recorder is turned on.
The big challenge is the instrument’s nearly unvarying sound color, an in-your-face combination of bass drone and the keening penetration of the melody played on the small recorder-like pipe underneath the bag.
Visitors will be recorded through the Cloud Cam, a 1080p video recorder with night vision and two-way audio that streams live to the Amazon Key app.
Kathryn Montoya was the first oboist, skillfully doubling on the recorder in Handel’s musical depictions of warbling birds or murmuring streams.
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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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