from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A cassette containing blank or prerecorded videotape.
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- n. A cassette containing blank or recorded videotape; either in VHS or Betamax format.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cassette for videotape
I obtained my own first copies of Mojica's films on bootleg videocassette, which is how all first generation American fans saw them: in poor quality and in Portuguese, a language we did not read or speak, which made them all the more dreamlike and exciting --like the discovery of something long forbidden.
They only know one thing and that’s that the last time we were at this juncture, a little thing called a videocassette or a CD or a pay-per-view movie made the studios and those conglomerates 18 gajillion billion dollars.
On a Tuesday morning in June 1993, Dr. Epstein opened a padded brown envelope about the size of a videocassette that had come in the mail.
The building ejects my condominium like an enormous videocassette.
Before the iPod, there was the Rio, which few consumers got to use because it was sued out of existence, and the videocassette recorder, which consumers did get to use because Sony won its case in the U.S.
This question arises as to guns, knives, videocassette records, alcohol, books about how to commit contract murder, chemistry textbooks, publication of the names of certain crime witnesses, and more.
Heck, the expanded version of the pilot even includes a disclaimer warning us not to pirate said videocassette.
I watched BARBARELLA on videocassette taped off HBO.
Valenti will indeed live forever, but as the man who, in the 80s, told congress the videocassette recorder was a critical threat to the movie business because tapes could be made of films.
"There is no way to describe 'The Baby,'" said Mr. Gregory, who discovered it on a homemade videocassette copy as an adolescent in England, where it had been banned from exhibition.
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