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- adv. by means of a phonograph
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a phonographic manner; by means of phonograph.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a phonographic manner.
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They presented themselves as Parish Councillors, stolid and clinging phonographically to prearranged statements.
The news which it prints and scatters comes to it on the telegraph; long orations are phonographically reported; the very latest mechanical skill is used in its printing; and the world is laid at our feet as we sit at the breakfast-table and read its columns.
Also that a ballet corps is coming over to dance in Spanish, and an opera troupe, to sing phonographically, in Hindoostanee.
The truth is, that, however forms of spelling varied, (as they must where both writers and printers spelt phonographically,) the forms of grammatical construction were as strict then as now.
"Ladies-at-lunch-dialogue," phonographically recorded, as a party of five guns was approaching the place of lunch, at about 1: 30 P.M. _First Sportsman_ (_addressing his companion_).
The same speeches were used again phonographically at the Electrical Show in Chicago in 1909 -- and now the records are preserved for reproduction a hundred or a thousand years hence.
The same speeches were used again phonographically at the Electrical
In many cases such impersonations have been so nearly photographically and phonographically correct that they have afforded the most convincing proof to investigators, and in other cases have been a great consolation to relatives of the spirit who have been thus assured that their loved one was still in actual existence on a higher plane of being.
The oration having fortunately been phonographically reported, is now published in response to a very generally expressed desire on the part of citizens of all shades of political belief, who are solicitous that so fitting, a memento of the virtues of Abraham Lincoln should be read by every American patriot.
He was also the first colored man in the United States to report phonographically the proceedings of the Tenth Grand Triennial Assembly of the Patriarchal Order of Past Grand Masters of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows in America.
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