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  • prefix used to form terms relating to sound

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Examples

  • The Women's Saving Initiative, a program jointly developed by Heinz Family Philanthropies, the Women's Institute for a Secure Retirement WISER and Visa Inc. This free program features an audio- and e-book called What Women Need to Know About Retirement, which you can order on CD or download as a PDF or audio file.

    Jason Alderman: Women and Personal Finances

  • None of the sessions were audio- or video-taped, which was unusual, said defense consultant Hollida Wakefield, a forensic psychologist who specializes in interviews of children and observed the trial.

    Stephanie Woodard: Presumed Guilty: Group Seeks to Exonerate Four Yankton Sioux Men

  • Instead, bin Laden continued to conceive of the United States as his main foe, as he explained in the many audio- and videotapes that he released after 9/11.

    The Longest War

  • Subsequently it significantly increased its output; in 2007, Al Sahab released more audio- and videotapes than any year of its six-year history, nearly one hundred.

    The Longest War

  • Subsequently it significantly increased its output; in 2007, Al Sahab released more audio- and videotapes than any year of its six-year history, nearly one hundred.

    The Longest War

  • Subsequently it significantly increased its output; in 2007, Al Sahab released more audio- and videotapes than any year of its six-year history, nearly one hundred.

    The Longest War

  • Subsequently it significantly increased its output; in 2007, Al Sahab released more audio- and videotapes than any year of its six-year history, nearly one hundred.

    The Longest War

  • Instead, bin Laden continued to conceive of the United States as his main foe, as he explained in the many audio- and videotapes that he released after 9/11.

    The Longest War

  • Instead, bin Laden continued to conceive of the United States as his main foe, as he explained in the many audio- and videotapes that he released after 9/11.

    The Longest War

  • Instead, bin Laden continued to conceive of the United States as his main foe, as he explained in the many audio- and videotapes that he released after 9/11.

    The Longest War

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