Decca


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Decca

A radio phase-comparison system which uses a master and slave stations to establish a hyperbolic lattice and provide accurate ground position-fixing facilities.
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I saw the River below me - the River of the Arrow - and, descending, the waters of it closed over me; and behold I was again in the body of Teshoo Lama, but free from sin, and the hakim from Decca bore up my head in the waters of the River.
In order to accommodate the extra steering axle, Decca contracted Quebec-based Simard Suspensions to tighten the unit's existing steering axle spacing configuration.
Katherine was originally signed to Decca for five years until she switched to Warner Music in 2009 in a reported [euro]7million deal which ended last year.
Sir Mick: said: "I was told by Decca that the record would be played that weekend by Brian Matthew.
Decca said: "My parents are getting on in years now and it made me think that other people in the area may also have cold homes.
But Decca - home of Robert Plant, Sting and Paul Simon - was keeping its eye on her and has signed the rising talent up to a five-album deal.
Dwi wedi treulio llawer o amser gyda'r pedwar yn ystod y misoedd diwethaf," meddai'r asiant Sioned James, sydd ar y panel ynghyd dau arbenigwr ar y diwydiant cerddoriaeth, Mark Wilkinson a Tom Lewis o gwmni recordio Decca.
Decca Records, which is part of Universal, is teaming up with Cardiff-based company Boomerang+ for the first talent search of its kind.
Decca and Unity were "Bouds," and spoke their own language; Decca and Debo were "Hens," "Hons," or "Henderson"; Decca and Nancy were "Sooze" and/or "Susan"; Diana was "Honks" (as were other Dianas), Nancy was "The French Lady"--as she became one in reality--and to Nancy, Debo was what she called her sister's "real" mental age: "9.
Lecturers and students from Sandwell College and young people from Sandwell YMCA were among those to receive the awards at a presentation hosted by DECCA (Drug Education, Counselling and Confidential Advice).
Gloucestershire-based Decca Print, which originally operated from a site in Coventry, is looking for a home for an old hand-operated printers' guillotine.