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recorder

(in England) a barrister or solicitor of at least ten years' standing appointed to sit as a part-time judge in the Crown Court.

RECORDER. 1. A judicial officer of some cities, possessing generally the powers and authority of a judge. 3 Yeates' R. 300; 4 Dall. Rep. 299; but see 1 Rep. Const. Ct. 45. Anciently, recorder signified to recite or testify on re-collection as occasion might require what had previously passed in court, and this was the duty of the judges, thence called recordeurs. Steph. Plead. note 11. 2. An officer appointed to make record or enrollment of deeds and other legal instruments, authorized by law to be recorded.

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"Indeed you have not, if you wish to make your peace with God," said the Recorder, bowing to the ground.
The noise on the staircase which Cornelius and Rosa had heard was caused by the Recorder, who was coming for the prisoner.
Following the example of the recorder, each guest capped his neighbor's joke with another: Du Bousquier was a father, but not a confessor; he was father less; he was father LY; he was not a reverend father; nor yet a conscript-father--
"Every effort is made to ensure recorders can fulfil their sitting days requirement and we would not penalise any recorder who does not do so through no fault of their own."
Digital Fault Recorder Market Research Report: Information by Type (Dedicated & Multifunctional), Installation (Generation, T & D), Station (Automated & Non-automated), Voltage (< 66kV, 66-220kV, & 220kV) and Regions (Asia Pacific, North America, South America, the Middle East & Africa and Europe) - Industry Analysis and Global Forecast till 2023
Designed as a "black box flight recorder" for testing, development, and production, Live Recorder gives companies 100% certainty about the factors that led to any software failure, even in the most complex software environments.
SAE International's 12-volume compilation of technical papers on collision reconstruction methodologies contains two volumes on interpreting data from event data recorders as part of a reconstruction effort.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 12, 2019-Honeywell, Curtiss-Wright reinvent airplane black box recorders
Naval Lieutenant Colonel Agung Nugroho told Reuters a weak signal from the recorder had been detected for several days and that it had been found buried in about 8 metres of mud in waters about 30 metres deep.
"ED-137/4B defines inter-operability standards for the next generation VoIP Air Traffic Recorder. These next generation recorders are specially designed for all traffic control towers and centers to simplify the recording, archiving, and playback of voice communications."
L3 will also be the integrator, in partnership with Airbus, of a new Automatic Deployable Flight Recorder (ADFR) that will be designed and manufactured by DRS Technologies Canada Ltd.
Its flight data recorder indicated there had been smoke in the toilet and onboard equipment.