twelve-inch

twelve-inch

n
(Music, other) a gramophone record 12 inches in diameter and played at 45 revolutions per minute, usually containing an extended remix of a single
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Crossing one of the quiet jungle spaces, where naught moved but a velvety, twelve-inch butterfly, they heard the sound of shots.
crews will begin to install nearly 8,000 feet of new twelve-inch ductile iron water main on Rte.
Honing their output in the studio, Schmutz released their first twelve-inch EP on Gerd's European powerhouse 4LUX label.
(Two other 2017 works on view bear the same name--one similarly bisected, the other cored with a twelve-inch drill bit.) The artist paired it and its siblings with three pieces of ruined office gear--computer, scanner, and printer, the last of these pathetically blinking out the forlorn error message if problem persists contact dealer or service rep--and once again his disorganizing ministrations call into question these objects' ontological status.
The Voyager message is carried by a phonograph record: a twelve-inch, gold-plated copper disk containing sounds and images selected to portray the diversity of life and culture on Earth.
Twelve-inch, eight-inch, five-point-nines and whizzbang shells were bursting around us continually and this lasted during the whole of the day.
A twelve-inch circle of black vinyl encased in a cardboard sleeve, which would become ever more artistically sophisticated as the decades progressed, was the pinnacle of recorded music.
mosquito nets and twelve-inch guns, the coldness of dress whites thrown
Clocking in at a second below the 40 minute limit imposed by chart compilers Gallop, Blue Room was released as a twelve-inch single, reaching number eight as the longest single to make the charts.
Contractors also installed 2,200 vertical support members (VSMs) for field gathering lines and a planned twelve-inch pipeline that will connect Point Thomson with the existing Badami pipeline that extends east from Prudhoe Bay to the small Badami field, Dickerson says.