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Ber·lin·er(bûr′lə-nər), Emile 1851-1929.
German-born American inventor of the gramophone, the first phonograph to use disks rather than cylinders as a recording surface (1888).
1. (Placename) a native or inhabitant of Berlin
2. (Journalism & Publishing) a newspaper having a format between that of a broadsheet and a tabloid, approximately 18.5 inches by 12.4 inches (47 x 31.5 centimetres)
[C20: (for sense 2) this format was first adopted by Berlin newspapers]
a resident of Berlin, Germany.