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a recording of a song that was first recorded or made popular by somebody else

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They cover records and archives: concepts, roles, and definitions; archival appraisal: practicing on shifting sands; arrangement and description: between theory and practice; ethics for archivists and records managers; archives, memories, and identities; the impact of philosophy on archives and records management; and whether technological change marginalizes recordkeeping theory.
Items on show at the Academy of Arts include home-made record sleeves and fanzines, records made on x-ray and technical drawing films, Beatles cover records by Soviet bands from 1970, and an LP by famous Soviet singer Aida Vedishcheva on which she performs I Believe by G Harrison (actually the Beatles' Something).
The 17 chapters cover records relating to complementary and alternative medicine, dentistry, home care, independent medical examination, offices, ophthalmology, emergency medical services, emergency departments, critical care, diagnostic testing, intravenous therapy, long-term care, medical surgical fields, medication, nursing, obstetrics, orthopedics, pain assessment and management, pediatrics, perioperative aspects, physician documentation, psychiatry, rehabilitation, and skin trauma, by specialists in the respective fields who also provide overviews and background information on the areas.
Although the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 standardized financial and related business records that public companies must retain, it does not cover records that document the R&D process or the resulting intellectual capital.
You know them: that pure, Irish, boyband who never do ballads or never cover records and that formula has earned them 34 million record sales.
Roger Easterby, the personal assistant to Tote chairman Peter Jones, has a popular weekly programme on the station where he plays hits and cover records of the 50's.
There's been a great misconception over the years that cover records were a racist means of taking money out of black performers' pockets," Vera said.
I have suggested to the Reserve Bank presidents that they respond to your questions regarding whatever records may be kept at their own Banks; I will cover records made by the Board staff and, in particular, by the FOMC secretariat.