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In doing so, he helped establish a uniform standard that ensured cassettes sold in one country would work in another.
Internet outages never stopped the music, although listeners did face occasional analog issues, such as having to wind the tape with a pencil when the cassette got stuck.
As a result, they invented the cassette tape, a compact, plastic-encased sound machine that helped democratize music, making it easier for millions of people to hear, record and share songs.
We would pile into it nightly and cruise around cranking cassettes, heckling people and getting high.
MY FRIEND, THE MURDEREREUGENE ROBINSONNOVEMBER 24, 2020OZY
The dirtier items like chains and cassettes are, the faster they wear out.
Zora, however, may be in a better position for a breakout since it is selling physical stuff—shoes, cassettes, hoodies and so on—that fans crave and that can’t be found elsewhere.
Monsieur Cassette had not sold another such cane during the last two years.
The theft of the cassette, however, was a transaction which his enemies never suffered to be forgotten.
The cassette of St. Joseph, wherein were deposited the oboli for the poor, had long been emptied.
THE GOLDEN DOGWILLIAM KIRBY
II rencontra la Relique prs de Sens; elle toit enferme dans une triple cassette.
THE CHURCHES OF PARISS. SOPHIA BEALE

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