recorded

[ verb ri-kawrd; noun, adjective rek-erd ]SEE DEFINITION OF recorded

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECORDED

A modern example of the effects it is capable of is recorded by Tartini.

The story was there recorded in black and white on the page written by Helen Morris.

To them, pain was a thing to be recorded on a report; to Sidney, it was written on the tablets of her soul.

As it was not required that tears be recorded on the record, Carlotta paid no attention to this.

Their story is of more ancient date than any of recorded time.

It is the same with all the recorded traits of his daily life.

Every recorded instance of it proves its extreme inexpediency.

Portland recorded the weight in a pocket-book, for he was a real-estate man.

Changes in spelling, use of capitals, punctuation and type are not recorded.

The list of despoiled landowners is a long one, and need not here be recorded.

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