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a cassette that contains magnetic tape

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Toshiba Lifestyle Electronics Trading said it plans to promote the new product by playing cassette tapes with music by singer Tomoyo Harada, who used to appear in commercials for Toshiba Corp.
"I once made Dh10,000 in a single day selling English music cassette tapes to a group of American soldiers - cassette tapes used to be very popular and there were so many shops selling them because that was what everybody was listening to.
"There was no better texture "There was no better texture for the curls than the cassette tapes - it's my favourite portrait.
Bundchen adeed that their wonderful cassette tapes saved her life and that she would like to thank them if she ever met them in person, as they have been an inspiration for her.
SPEND Cassette tape cushion collection PS16.99 from L&s PrinTs, www.LsPrinTs.co.uK AVAILABLE in red, blue or green, this 46cm cushion features three rows of cassette tapes creating an old school pattern.
MANGLED old cassette tapes have been given a new lease of life by teenage artists to create celebrity portraits as part of their "Tape Modern" project.
TEENAGERS have launched their own "Tape Modern" art show - using mangled old cassette tapes to create celebrity portraits.
Over the Last 15 years or so, I purchased more than 100 books on closing, read loads of articles, listened to countless cassette tapes, and attended many seminars.
Founded in 1976, Birmingham Talking Newspaper Association has, until now, produced its weekly recordings on cassette tapes.
STILL hoarding video cassette tapes and dog-eared photo albums?
The city clerk's office now has cassette tapes only of council meetings in 2008 and 2009, as tapes from the 1970s through the early 2000s were destroyed a few years ago.
Summary: Cassette tapes containing erotic messages left by Madonna on a former boyfriend's answering machine are on sale.
He opens it and finds seven cassette tapes inside, numbered one through thirteen.