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a container that holds a magnetic tape used for recording or playing sound or video

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Geo TV claimed it had received an audio cassette of Omar's address to a Taliban military council somewhere in Afghanistan predicting that the United States would suffer defeat in Afghanistan as did the then Soviet Union whose troops were forced to withdraw after a war with Afghan mujahideen.
Schering Plough has also produced a new pneumonia management booklet for farmers, which along with the audio cassette are available from local veterinary practices or by calling 01694 731777.
Children from New York metropolitan-area summer programs for blind students participated in the toy evaluation sessions, and AFB Talking Books donated the recording and production of the guide on audio cassette so that it is accessible to people who are blind or visually impaired.
In a study produced by the Japan Recording-Media Industries Association, global production of audio cassette tapes by Japan was about 1582 million units, or 35 per cent, compared with 1950 million units in South Korea.
Non-commercial audio cassette recording of an undated performance/recitation of this poem, more commonoly refferred to as Tal al-Za 'tar.
With each order received, readers will get a Jurassic Park audio cassette tape worth pounds 4.
We ran this as a test offer next to a free-goods-on-pack offer to find out if customers were more interested in a free audio cassette with purchase or a $5 rebate.
Perhaps the most important advantage of audio cassettes in today's fast-paced business world is the flexibility.
By combining the sound and visual imagery of purring with relaxation and meditation techniques, cat lovers may re-energize themselves and strengthen their bonds with their cats, says Robert Gibbs, creator of the new audio cassette, "Finding Your Inner Purr: The Cat Lover's Guide To Relaxation" ($10.
They include addresses, telephone numbers (voice and TDD), and information as to whether material is readily available in braille, large print, audio cassette, etc.
Ladd's initial noteworthy contribution to consumer home entertainment occurred in the 1960s, when he developed and marketed the first reel-to-reel and stereo audio cassette recorders.
This provision of a visual and audio reinforcement to the typical audio cassette for language instruction is a major advance, along with Ravin's provision of 80 distinct techniques for better pronunciation.
Visually impaired voters and any interested citizen may receive audio cassette recordings of the sample ballot for Tuesday's Los Angeles municipal election, the City Clerk's Office said Wednesday.
The acceleration in revenue growth during the second quarter was due to a substantial increase in the sale of audio cassettes and new CD releases including the audio cassette releases by Juse Deveraux, Johanna Lindsey, Rosemary Rogers and Brenda Joyce, and new CD releases included those by the Beach Boys and Elton John, the Night Movies series, and Music for a Bachelor's Den.
This brochure is available in hard copy as well as in alternate formats, including Braille, audio cassette and electronic versions of pdf and Word.