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1. The singer was miming to a pre-recorded tape.
2. Pre-recorded TV programmes have so much less immediacy and warmth than live theatre.
3. Singers on television often mime to pre-recorded tapes.
4. They sell both blank and pre-recorded videos.
4. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and create good sentences.
5. The pre-recorded drum roll sounds and the sequined curtain flies up.
6. The interview was pre-recorded.
7. Consideration should be given to the use of pre-recorded hymn accompaniments and voluntaries.
8. A series of pre-recorded tapes has been prepared for language laboratory use.
9. Strategic alignments with producers of pre-recorded tapes reinforced the VHS advantage.
10. The tape machines will run pre-recorded lessons which pupils will follow by headphones.
11. Terma ATIS Plus also supports pre-recorded human spoken vocabulary.
12. Where there is adequate equipment, consideration should be given to the use of pre-recorded hymn accompaniments and voluntaries.
13. In ships at sea chaplains or commanding officers have pre-recorded tapes containing organ accompaniments and a compilation of hymns.
14. TAG: - A local live or recorded addition to another pre-recorded announcement.
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