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any written symbol standing for a sound or syllable or morpheme or word

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Property Organization Performances and Phonograms Treaty
While much has been said about this famous phonogram, its disclosure of one of phonography's most peculiar consequences remains underanalyzed.
As a result of this achievement, he was selected as the first musician in the country to be awarded the Guinness Stout Effort Award in September 1974.Omolo and his band, Apollo Komesha, had recorded 20 singles for Phonogram with total sales of 300,000 copies, more than the 80 bands contracted to the company together.In his social commentary that still resonates 40 years after its release, Omolo captured the plight of the urban worker who struggled to make ends meet and could only afford a little luxury at the end of the month.
In the phrases the best recognized parts were subjects (which always came first in the phonogram corpus), with predicates showing the second highest score (see Figures 15 and 16).
When functioning as a phonogram or sound sign, the same hieroglyph can denote the two consonants p and r in the verb pr(y) 'leave, go out'.
The first session, entitled Digitising Sound, featured presentations by Jutta Lambrecht and Markus Hassler of Westdeutscher Rundfunk (Koln) on "Wege der Digitalisierung und Archivierung am Beispiel von Karlheinz Stockhausens "Gesang der Junglinge", Jerry McBride of Stanford University on "Musical Acoustics Research Library", and Mathias Bostrom of the Swedish Centre for Folk Music and Jazz Research (Stockholm) on "What's the Difference Between Music on Paper and Music on Phonogram? The Introduction of Recording Technology in Memory Institutions in Sweden (1898-1933) and its Consequences for Documentation, Archiving and Research."
Formed out of the ashes of another Glasgow band called Friends Again in 1985, Love And Money were quickly snapped up by Phonogram Records.
This collection explore the ways in which copyright law has responded to and interacted with different technologies, with each chapter following the introduction focusing in turn on technologies associated with photography, telegraphy, radio, film, the phonogram, the photocopier, the tape player, television, and computer programs.
"We got a lucky break as Olav Wyper, the guy from CBS who had rejected them, was headhunted by Phonogram's new underground label.
The research, entitled EoACAyA Low Cost Phonogram Device for Screening Foetal Well-being' will be funded by the Grand Challenges Explorations(GCE) grant.
Ahsan Khandoker, Assistant Professor in Biomedical engineering will pursue an innovative global health and development research project, titled "A Low Cost Phonogram Device for Screening Fetal Wellbeing."
The Parliament of Kyrgyzstan adopted the law "On phonogram" on April 12, 2012.
"The National Anti-Corruption Commission will accept only written complaints which should be mailed to 7667 Al-Olaya, Al-Ghadir district, Riyadh 2525-13311, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, or faxed to 01/265555 or in the form of a phonogram," he said in an earlier statement.
It was soon afterwards that the success of There's Nothing Like This led to his signing to Gilles Peterson's Talkin' Loud label; Omar released a couple of albums for the Phonogram affiliate during 1992/3.