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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of record.
  • adj. that has been recorded

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. set down or registered in a permanent form especially on film or tape for reproduction
  • adj. (of securities) having the owner's name entered in a register


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  • (_b_) Note also that the unbelief recorded in ver. 13 is _recorded only there.

    The Last Twelve Verses of the Gospel According to S. Mark

  • "The term 'recorded history,' " says Jonathan Shulman, "used to have much more weight prior to the 20th century, when the study of artifacts was limited to reading old texts, carvings, etc."

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  • Nemetotacio is the name recorded for the fort the Romans built a mile or two away on the banks of the Taw at North Tawton, close to the Roman road from Exeter.


  • The phrase "recorded history" carries meaning because we humans are a chronicling race.

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  • The title recorded a 5. 8\% year-on-year circulation rise to 183,539 in the first half of 2008.


  • Note that the song of the same title recorded by The Mamas And The Papas (sung by Mama Cass) is not the same song.

    California Earthquake

  • A Robert Hunter song, not to be confused with the better-known song of the same title recorded by Percy Sledge and others.

    When A Man Loves A Woman

  • Prince Rupert, the Pfalzgraf, i.e. Count Palatine, was known as the Palsgrave in his day, but I have not found the title recorded early enough.

    The Romance of Names

  • Indeed, throughout much of what we call recorded history the main occupation, other than farming, was pillaging and looting.

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  • Kingston church, the first of its kind in Jamaica, under the leadership of Liele had twelve trustees, all of whom were members of the congregation, whose names were specified in the title recorded in the office of the secretary of the island. [

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 3, 1918


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