recording

noun
re·cord·ing | \ri-ˈkȯr-diŋ \

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Wolf had been an information-systems supervisor who on two occasions provided video recordings from inside City Hall to the ex-city manager, according to the lawsuit filed Friday. Bill Laitner, Detroit Free Press, "Ex-Troy city employee lawsuit for wrongful discharge," 14 July 2018 Immigration authorities have separated about 2,300 children from their parents in recent weeks, sparking global outrage as images and recordings of weeping children emerged. Washington Post, "17 states sue Trump administration over family separations," 28 June 2018 Immigration authorities have separated about 2,300 children from their parents in recent weeks, sparking global outrage as images and recordings of weeping children emerged. Gene Johnson, The Seattle Times, "17 states, including Washington, sue Trump administration over family separations," 26 June 2018 Carmen Pelaez / NBC News Immigration authorities have separated about 2,300 children from their parents in recent weeks, sparking global outrage as images and recordings of weeping children emerged. NBC News, "States sue Trump administration over family separations," 26 June 2018 Immigration authorities have separated about 2,300 children from their parents in recent weeks, sparking global outrage as images and recordings of weeping children emerged. CBS News, "New York, California among 17 states suing Trump administration over family separations," 26 June 2018 The bureaucratic battles threatened to undermine Trump as his administration tries to counter a political crisis driven by heartbreaking images and recordings of crying migrant children separated from their parents and sent off to shelters. Michael D. Shear, BostonGlobe.com, "Trump’s spontaneous style leads to arguments in White House and chaos on borders," 23 June 2018 While the administration struggles to reunite the families amid outrage over images and audio recordings of sobbing children taken away from their parents, the divisive messaging on both sides of the debate has intensified. Emily Cochrane, New York Times, "Sarah Huckabee Sanders Was Asked to Leave Restaurant Over White House Work," 23 June 2018 The president had come under growing pressure after images and audio recordings surfaced of some of the 2,342 children the administration has said were separated from adults and placed in government facilities since the policy took effect. Maya Sweedler, WSJ, "Fundraising Efforts for Immigrant Families Accelerated by Facebook, Crowdsourcing," 21 June 2018

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1910, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of recording was in 1910

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recording

noun

English Language Learners Definition of recording

: music, sounds, or images that have been stored on a record, CD, computer, etc., so that they can be heard or seen again

: the act or process of storing sounds or images on tape or a disk

recording

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re·cord·ing | \ri-ˈkȯr-diŋ \

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