radio cassette recorder

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radio cassette recorder

nradioregistratore m
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They cleaned out the shop, taking P370,600 in cash, laptops worth P46,000, cell phones worth P31,500 and even a surveillance camera and radio cassette recorder. At around the same time, two men also entered the LBC branch at the corner of EDSA and Quezon Avenue, one of them wearing a face mask to conceal his identity.
Nicole Boulanger, 21, was among 36 Syracuse University students on the Boeing 747 returning from studying in London when a bomb authorities said was in a Toshiba radio cassette recorder in a suitcase exploded, killing the 259 people onboard, mostly Americans, and 11 people on the ground in Lockerbie, Scotland.
HE WORLD's first CD radio cassette recorder designed especially for people who are blind and visually impaired has been launched by the British Wireless for the Blind Fund.
The next morning, Fhimah's and al-Megrahi's suitcase with a "Boombeat RT-SF 16" radio cassette recorder shaped with plastic explosive blew apart Pan Am's flight 103.
Our picture shows pageboy Lee Matthew presenting Mrs Yorath with a radio cassette recorder, watched by bridesmaids Jennifer Jenkins and Nicola Mullins, bride Leann Saunders and groom Jeffrey Savory.
A forensic explosives laboratory photograph showing showing the test loading of a modified Toshiba RT-SF16 radio cassette recorder containing explosives, a detonator, a battery and a MEBO MST 13 timer
Several bomb warnings were circulating at the time of the disaster including the so-called Toshiba Warning which advised that a bomb hidden inside a radio cassette recorder could be smuggled on to a plane.
On 15 June the court was told by Alan Feraday, a forensic expert that about 400g of plastic semtex explosives were used to make the bomb and that the material had been packed into a radio cassette recorder along with a detonator and an MST-13 type MEBO timer.
Nicole Boulanger, 21, and Scott Cory, 20, were among 36 Syracuse University students on the Boeing 747 returning from studying in London when a bomb authorities said was in a Toshiba radio cassette recorder in a suitcase exploded, killing the 259 passengers, mostly Americans, and crew and 11 people on the ground in Lockerbie, England.
They say the evidence clearly shows they worked together to plant an unaccompanied suitcase containing a bomb, packed inside a Toshiba radio cassette recorder, on board a Frankfurt-bound Air Malta flight at Malta's Luqa airport.
Prosecutors alleged that Libyan Arab Airlines worker Fhimah and Al Megrahi, a married father who was allegedly a Libyan security chief, worked together to plant an unaccompanied suitcase containing a bomb, packed inside a Toshiba radio cassette recorder, on board a Frankfurt-bound Air Malta flight at Malta's Luqa airport.