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Synonyms for record

Synonyms for record

to place on a list or in a record

to give a precise indication of, as on a register or scale

Synonyms for record

anything (such as a document or a phonograph record or a photograph) providing permanent evidence of or information about past events

the number of wins versus losses and ties a team has had

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the sum of recognized accomplishments

a compilation of the known facts regarding something or someone

an extreme attainment

a list of crimes for which an accused person has been previously convicted

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register electronically

indicate a certain reading

be aware of

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be or provide a memorial to a person or an event

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For example, the March 1933 HMV catalogue invited audiences to buy 'HMV gramophone records that play[ed] s'loka [seloka] and gurindam songs from the play Raja Laksamana Bentan for the first time,' (26) and the August 1936 catalogue exhorted readers to 'listen to Che Norlia's Story of Dan-Dan Stia, on Records P.
Presentations by our Estonian and Finnish colleagues dealt with the role of music collections in the new digital age, the activities of the Music Academy Library in its 76-year history, the story of Estonian gramophone records over the past 110 years, and the music collections of the Estonian Folklore Archives and the work of the International Arvo Part Centre.
Like a broken gramophone record, the station continued its old theme and played a programme which said Hindus and Sikhs of Punjab were living in conflict with each other and the Central and State Governments were not interested in promoting amity among the Sikhs and Hindus.
White is as frustrated as anyone that Moseley keep making the same basic mistakes and he is in danger of sounding like a scratched gramophone record in his team talks and press conferences.
Along with his numerous published lectures and press conferences and releases, plus his 1983 long-playing gramophone record entitled Unlimited Liability Company, these works constitute an enduring testimony to Soyinka's stature as a politically committed luminary of the arts.
I am like an old gramophone record saying this but it's been more points than we could have imagined at the start of December.
This never happened, however, and so the three-member staff--a sound engineer, a gramophone record cataloguer, and a CD cataloguer--still form part of the music division (their becoming an independent department would arguably make the lack of staff in both the music collection proper and the sound archive all too conspicuous and is therefore discouraged by our directors).
Teesside Corporation had decided to start a gramophone record lending service for an annual subscription of 30 shillings (pounds 1.
To say that the Taoiseach's action in closing down the Dail for a six-week holiday is obscene sounds in one respect like playing a broken gramophone record, but this time it really is grossly irresponsible.
He has, however, left a gramophone record which accuses each of them, and the two house staff, of an unsolved murder.
Kennedy's recording of the Elgar concerto won him the Gramophone Record of the Year award.
WHEN I drew attention to the scandalous entry fees being levied in early-closing races, in this column two weeks ago, I added that I didn't want to sound like a tired gramophone record.
And it''s got stuck like a needle on a gramophone record.
The prize was a 10 shilling note and a waxed gramophone record of my performance that you had to play with a wooden needle.