An apparatus for recording sound, pictures, or data, esp. a tape recorder
A person who keeps records
a poet and recorder of rural and industrial life
A simple woodwind instrument with finger holes and no keys, held vertically and played by blowing air through a shaped mouthpiece against a sharp edge
(in England and Wales) A barrister appointed to serve as a part-time judge
A judge in certain courts
equipment for making records
registrar: someone responsible for keeping records
a barrister or solicitor who serves as part-time judge in towns or boroughs
fipple flute: a tubular wind instrument with 8 finger holes and a fipple mouthpiece
The English Flute or recorder is a woodwind musical instrument of the family known as fipple flutes or internal duct flutes — whistle-like instruments which include the tin whistle and ocarina. ...
A recorder as mentioned in the Bible is the office first held by Jehoshaphat in the court of David (2 Samuel 8:16), also in the court of Solomon (1 Kings 4:3). The next recorder mentioned is Joah, in the reign of Hezekiah (2 Kings 18:18,37; Isaiah 36:3,22). ...
The Recorders are a fictional robotic race in the Marvel Universe.
One of the officers present during the Combatant Status Review Tribunals convened at the Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba, was known as the Recorder.
A Recorder is a judicial officer in England and Wales. It now refers to two quite different appointments. The ancient Recorderships of England and Wales now form part of a system of Honorary Recorderships which are filled by the most senior full-time circuit judges. ...
The term Recorder refers to the highest legal officer of a particular area. Formerly, a Recorder was a certain magistrate or judge having criminal and civil jurisdiction in a city or borough. ...
An apparatus for recording; a device which records; Agent noun of record; one who records; A judge in a municipal court
(Recorders) Individuals within ICS organizational units who are responsible for recording information. Recorders may be found in Planning, Logistics, and Finance/Administration Units.
(Recorders) Members of a class of sacred writers, initiators, and recorders of the archaic teachings, as for instance, Enoch, Hermes, and Thoth. Cosmogonically, the lipikas or recorders of karma.
(Recorders) Senior lawyers who sit as part-time judges.
(The Recorders) The camera crew films the contestants. The only times they came into play was when they informed Chris of when Duncan fell asleep on a toilet, and when they ordered a pizza (much to the Screaming Gophers' chagrin).
The public official who keeps records of transactions that affect real property in the area. Sometimes known as a "Registrar of Deeds" or "County Clerk."
A public official responsible for keeping the records of all real estate transactions.
an end-blown flute-like instrument that has a whistle mouthpiece, available in soprano, alto, tenor and bass. (The teacher told the students to play the recorder by blowing more softly.)
the timer responsible for writing down the swimmer's times. This should be a timer with clear handwriting, and a second timer should confirm that the numbers are correct as they are being recorded.
A mechanical or electronic apparatus that captures measurements.
An official who keeps track of race results and compiles the race standings.
A woodwind instrument like a flute but blown through the end and having a more hallow tone.
The UDC’s Identification code for a customer’s interval data recording device.
a component of Udanax-gold that resides in one of the two canopies of the Ent, and reports on changes within the Ent. It is somewhat equivalent to a trigger in an SQL database system.
In an inspection (not a walkthrough), the individual that documents anomalies, action items, decisions, recommendations made by the inspection team, and record inspection data required for process analysis. The moderator can also be the recorder. [IEEE Std 1028-1997]