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  • 1make a record — index enroll Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2Make Them Die Slowly (album) — Make Them Die Slowly Studio album by White Zombie Released March 22, 1989 …

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  • 3record — ► NOUN 1) a piece of evidence or information constituting an account of something that has occurred, been said, etc. 2) the previous conduct or performance of a person or thing. 3) (also criminal record) a list of a person s previous criminal… …

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  • 4record — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Keeping as evidence Nouns 1. record, note, minute; register, poll, diptych, entry, memorandum, copy, duplicate, docket; muniment, deed; document, chart, matter of record; testimony, deposition, affidavit …

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  • 5record — I n. best performance 1) to establish, set a (new) record 2) to equal, tie a record 3) to beat, better, break, surpass a record 4) to hold a record 5) an unbroken record 6) an attendance; speed record 7) a national; Olympic; world record 8)… …

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  • 6record — recordable, adj. recordless, adj. v. /ri kawrd /; n., adj. /rek euhrd/, v.t. 1. to set down in writing or the like, as for the purpose of preserving evidence. 2. to cause to be set down or registered: to record one s vote. 3. to state or indicate …

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  • 7record — 1. noun 1) written records of the past Syn: account(s), document(s), documentation, data, file(s), dossier(s), evidence, report(s); annal(s), archive(s), chronicle(s); minutes, transactions, proceedings, transcript(s); certificate(s) …

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  • 8record — re•cord v. [[t]rɪˈkɔrd[/t]] n., adj. [[t]ˈrɛk ərd[/t]] v. t. 1) to set down in writing or the like, as for the purpose of preserving evidence 2) to cause to be set down or registered: to record one s vote[/ex] 3) to state or indicate, so as to be …

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  • 9record — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 account ADJECTIVE ▪ formal ▪ No formal record of the marriage now survives. ▪ official, public ▪ permanent ▪ …

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  • 10record — rec|ord1 [ rekərd ] noun *** 1. ) count information kept about something that has happened: medical/archaeological/historical records record of: a weekly record of world events keep/maintain/compile a record: Try to keep a record of everything… …

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  • 11record — I UK [ˈrekɔː(r)d] / US [ˈrekərd] noun Word forms record : singular record plural records *** 1) [countable] information kept about something that has happened medical/archaeological/historical records record of: a weekly record of world events… …

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  • 12record — 1. noun /ˈrɛ.kɔːd,ˈrɛ.kɚd/ a) An item of information put into a temporary or permanent physical medium. The person had a record of the event in her memory in her brain. b) Any instance of a physical medium on which information was put for the… …

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  • 13record*/*/*/ — [ˈrekɔːd] noun I 1) [C] information that is kept about something that has happened medical/historical records[/ex] Try to keep a record of everything you eat this week.[/ex] This summer has been the hottest on record (= hotter than ever… …

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  • 14record — noun 1》 a piece of evidence about the past, especially a written or other permanent account.     ↘Law an official report of the proceedings and judgement in a court. 2》 a person or thing s previous conduct or performance: the team kept their… …

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  • 15record — I Noun: A memorial and evidence of something written, said, or done. 45 Am J1st Reeds § 2. A plate, tape, or wire containing impressions from which sounds are reproduced. Under the ancient authorities the word signified a roll of parchment upon… …

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  • 16Make a Scene — Studio album by Sophie Ellis Bextor Released 18 April 2011 …

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  • 17record — re·cord 1 /ri kȯrd/ vt 1: to put in a record 2: to deposit or otherwise cause to be registered in the appropriate office as a record and notice of a title or interest in property record a deed record a mortgage see also recording act …

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  • 18Make Me Better — Single by Fabolous featuring Ne Yo from the album From Nothin to Somethin …

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  • 19Make It or Break It — intertitle Genre Drama Format Teen/family drama …

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  • 20Make Another World — Studio album by Idlewild Released 5 March 2007 …

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