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laserdisc

(ˈleɪzəˌdɪsk) or

laserdisk

n
(Computer Science) a disk similar in size to a long-playing record, on which data is stored in pits in a similar way to data storage on a compact disc, used esp for storing high-quality video
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Do you have laserdisks, but no working laserdisk player?
Established in 1987 as the AIDS Library of Philadelphia, the network's library now houses an information file of 80,000 articles from 1981 to present, 3,000 monographs, 250 videos, 160 serial titles, 200 pamphlet and brochure titles, as well as CD-ROMs and laserdisks.
which produces the laserdisks used by Taylor for his lessons.