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  • noun Plural form of recorder.

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Examples

  • MOSCOW, April 15 (AFP) - The first analysis of flight recorders from the Polish plane that crashed in Russia killing President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others show pilot error was a cause,

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  • If you call the recorders office there and give them the address, they will be able to tell you whose on title.

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  • If you call the recorders office there and give them the address, they will be able to tell you whose on title.

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  • If you call the recorders office there and give them the address, they will be able to tell you whose on title.

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  • "Airbus will continue to support the investigation, including the continued search for the flight recorders, which is the only sure way to know the truth," he was quoted as saying.

    Airbus Is Placed Under Formal Probe Over Crash

  • In the room with the recorders were a dozen people, both civilian and military, all Russian linguists who reported to the National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Maryland, between Baltimore and Washington.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • The apps include those for audio and video call recorders, desktop and whiteboard sharing and faxing.

    The Seattle Times

  • Implementing data capture infrastructure, which provides properly routed information to VoIP monitoring tools and call recorders, can help remedy this common problem.

    Application Performance Monitoring - Data Capture Infrastructure Helps Optimize Voice Monitoring Resources

  • Blagojevich never denied the voice on the recorders was his.

    ILLINOIZE

  • The writer gets major points for calling the recorders by their names and not "black boxes," a persistent and self-perpetuating media myth.

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