cassette tape

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a cassette that contains magnetic tape

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"We believe that a wire or cassette tape had been dropped on to overhead cables from a bridge.
I use cassette tape because I'm fascinated with technology."
"The most popular products are the matchbox notebooks and the video cassette tape notebooks," Meleas said.
TEENAGERS have launched their own "Tape Modern" art show - using mangled old cassette tapes to create celebrity portraits.
Summary: Sony have announced the retirement of their cassette tape walkman.
With massive changes to their business model on the horizon and the threat of further regulation, corporates face the same dilemma that the 8-track cassette tape faced: obsolescence.
The competition will be by cassette tape or CD recordings and is open to residents of the United States, Canada and Mexico.
THE days of the cassette tape are doomed, it was predicted yesterday, after a major electrical retailer announced it was pressing the eject button on sales.
The days of the cassette tape are doomed after a major electrical retailer announced it was pressing the eject button on sales.
The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) recently announced that on March 27, 2007, the CNIB Library will cease circulation of books on cassette tape, the final step in its two-year transition from offering Talking Books on audiocassette to those on CD in DAISY (Digital Accessible Information System) format.
Its format on analogue audiotape may well be short-lived as professional standard cassette tape players are no longer manufactured.
As of 1 June 2005 audio books on cassette tape will only be offered from a limited on-hand inventory.
ABOUT 3 OZ: A serving of meat or poultry is the size of a cassette tape.
The CD is available as a single or an album, and the album is available on cassette tape as well.