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Synonyms for polyphone

a letter that has two or more pronunciations

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A Polyphon is a disc-playing music box, a mechanical device first manufactured by the Polyphon Musikwerke, Germany.
It should be noted that Pagoda, Hindenburg, Polydor, and Polyphon were not separate companies.
HELICOPS" is a brand new action series produced by Polyphon Film GmbH for SAT1.
These had perforations which caused tiny levers to pluck the comb in an adapted box made by Symphonion and its rival, Polyphon.
First place and a pairs qualifier went to local farrier James Clarke and Libby Hancock, while Durham-based Ashley Suddis won a the Open qualifier on Polyphon, with 16-year-old, Jessica Baird, qualifying on Tia.
MUSIC MACHINE: Leah Walton with her Polyphon music box
Graham Lee may have missed out on Johnson's double but he was on the mark for Rosewell handler Peter Monteith when he partnered Polyphon (7-2) in the handicap chase.
An original polyphon -- the Victorian version of the juke box -- plays a tune when fed with pennies, and there is a selection of popular Victorian toys to play with.
The series was produced on a budget of $25 million for two seasons (two pilots plus 22 episodes) by local player Polyphon in association with Beta Film and German web Sat.
Perth's popular two-day midweek feature starts this evening and Polyphon (9.
A Helkon Media release (in Germany) of a Gemini Film Produktion presentation of a Gemini, Polyphon (Germany)/WEGA Film (Austria)/Alien Prods.
Ask Ray Green, who yesterday enjoyed one of his most memorable days' racing when he completed a 1,784-1 treble with Millie The Filly, Rathowen and Polyphon.
Show Me The River was returning from an 86-day absence when chasing home Polyphon at Ayr.
Both his runners ran well in defeat at Newcastle yesterday and Polyphon (2.
Polyphon put up a career-best performance when winning at Musselburgh last time out and it is no surprise that trainer Peter Monteith brings him out again quickly under a 7lb penalty in the Oerlemans Novices' Handicap Chase at Market Rasen.