tachygraph


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tachygraph

(ˈtækɪˌɡrɑːf; ˈtækɪˌɡræf)
n
1. (Historical Terms) (in ancient Greece) a tachygraphic piece of writing
2. (Historical Terms) a person who practices tachygraphy
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The merger of driving licences and driver cards forms part of a draft revision of tachygraph legislation (Regulation 3821/85), presented in July 2011.
The Transport Council adopted, last 12 December, a general approach on the revision of tachygraph legislation, which leaves open the question of the merger of driving licences and driver cards, after several member states expressed doubts about the necessity of such an initiative.
(10) To make the discussion of abbreviations complete, one also has to mention tachygraphs. These are more or less decorative flourishes or lines.
(21.) Apart from the tachygraphs and most of the word signs.