inch tape

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inch tape

nmetro a nastro (da sarto)
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Did you lose your inch tape?' a customer demanded to know as the poor tailor focused on some hook or hanger on the wall behind her to avoid eye contact.
The waist ratio was measured using an inch tape at the midpoint between the lower margin of the last palpable rib and top of the iliac crest [Figure 1].
"To get that authentic 'Albini sound', the recordings were all done completely live with minimal overdubs onto two inch tape using all analogue equipment and the bare minimum of post-production.
Brian said: "One of the things that attracted us to the studio was that it is an analogue studio so they run off two inch tape.
It's very durable and can't be twisted and mutilated like its "ugly cousin", one inch tape. Yes, medical tape has it's uses and does OK in a pinch but security/patency of an endotracheal tube is just too important to be left to the limitations of tape.
Each pack contains 8 rolls of 1/2 inch tape, four rolls of 1 inch tape, and 2 rolls of 2 inch tape.
"It was recorded on reel to reel quarter inch tape but I managed to get in transferred to digital.
"Back in the day, albums were recorded onto 12 inch tape which gives a warm sound so that's what we used.
I've seen big changes at NCAR, when they went from a half inch tape to 3480, or when they went from the first helical which was that terabyte memory, so every one of those changes always, always, creates a lot of headaches.
Around 1981 or so was the quarter inch tape introduction.