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recording

Entering something into the real estate or probate records so that it serves as constructive notice of its contents to all the world. Many jurisdictions have specialized requirements before they will admit documents to recording, such as the name and address of the person who prepared the document, the book and page numbers of the source of title for the property,and prohibitions against strike-through marks or other editorial revisions apparent on the face of the document. See the sample recording information.

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Other groups, such as the Recording Artists' Coalition, Country Music Association, Gospel Music Association, Hip-Hop Summit Action Network, Jazz Alliance International, R&B Foundation, and SESAC, are working in conjunction with the Recording Academy to stop illegal file sharing.
When deciding whether or not to electronically record, an agency must dispel a major myth associated with the practice: that recording will adversely affect the ability to obtain cooperation and confessions.
Professionals typically set their own recording level.
The bird didn't call during its investigation, though, putting Macaulay in the maddening position of suspecting she'd just made the first recording of a Whitehead's trogon but not being able to prove it.
Because many of the best rap recordings were issued on now-unavailable, independent-label 12[inches] singles or vinyl LPs, the list does not include important and influential artists like Spoonie G, T La Rock, Ultramagnetic M.C.'s, Mantronix, Just Ice, and Schoolly D, to name a few.
Hitachi, earlier this month, demonstrated a perpendicular recording data density of 230 gigabits/square inch--twice that of today's density on longitudinal recording--which could result in a 20 gigabyte Microdrive in 2007.
and not one recording of "Moonlight Sonata" or Fur Elise.
Surreptitious recording of telephone conversations is not prohibited by Title III when one party consents.
Nowhere has the struggle with recording variant versions been of more concern than in the realm of serials.
Black-and-white "Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics" labels have been applied to albums by the recording industry itself for nearly a decade.
This "notch" in the recording is centered at 3,840 hertz, a frequency that lies between the highest B-flat and B notes on an 88-key piano.