record library


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record library

nPlattenverleih m; (= collection)Plattensammlung f

record library

[ˈrɛkɔːdˌlaɪbrərɪ] ndiscoteca (raccolta)
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Tenders are invited for supply and providing air conditioner units in medical record library at govt hospital,kayamkulam
Its final resting place is now in the Wigston Record Library.
He attended his first RLPO concert when he was 10, recalling: "It was great, it's a huge part of my musical upbringing really, that and the record library. And I just remember being on a high for weeks after going to Liverpool Phil concerts."
The DJ rebuffed allegations from a woman who claimed the pair had a relationship which included inappropriate touching during a private tour of Capital Radio's record library, sexual encounters at his flat and kissing her in the radio station's car park.
One woman in her 20s says he molested her in Capital Radio's record library when she was just 15.
In a separate incident in July 1988, he took the then 15-year-old on a tour of the building's record library and made her perform a sex act on him while he put his hand in her underwear.
You also need to practice, develop song selection skills, and build a good record library.
He said 'Yes, that will do, write down the details' and then he went into the BBC record library to make a copy."
"He said: 'Write it down',' then went into the BBC record library and found it."
I HAVE vivid memories of Cow Lane Chapel in the 1950s when it was used as a Music Record Library.
After Cora's presentation, Margreet Teunissen, director of the Centrale Discotheek Rotterdam (CDR) (Central Record Library of Rotterdam) spoke about the history and present activities of this institution.
Their Bach disc library is rich, containing, say, the Huges Counod recordings of Bach's Geistlicher Lieder (Sacred Songs) on Westminster LPs from 50 years ago, which I've never heard anywhere else or seen in any record library other than mine.