Phonogram


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Phonogram

 

an official message received or intended for transmission over the telephone. A phonogram may contain an order, instruction, request, or notification. Once received and registered, a phonogram has the status of a document.

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13) Rome Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organisations 1961 ; TRIPs Agreement 1994, WIPO Copyright Treaty 1996, WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty, Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances, for example.
The Copyright Law of Latvia stipulates that without the permission of the author, a natural person is permitted to reproduce (including in a digital format) one copy of the works that have been included in lawfully acquired films or phonograms.
In the case of the hotel, "the broadcasting of phonograms by a hotel operator is of a profit-making nature," held the court.
We could ignore such complications, and concern ourselves solely with phonograms, but morphograms such as these are far too important in non-standard spellings to be discounted.
The legal protection to technological measures protecting rights of authors, performers and phonogram producers in the digital context has been entrenched in Article 45 of B-CL 22/2006, which states the following:
81) In response, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) stepped in to create two new treaties: the WIPO Copyright Treaty (WCT) and the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty (WPPT).
Therefore, any representations Wyeth made regarding Phonogram were applicable to the generic substitutes because for all intents and purposes the generic drug user would receive Width's warnings, and Wyeth knew that.
Rimes are sometimes referred to as phonograms and word families (Ellery, 2005; Gunning, 2008; McCormick, 2007; Richek, Caldwell, Jennings, & Lerner, 2002), and they are highly predictable.
I was also clueless about the year the phonogram and locomotive were invented.
Mr Haden and his wife acquired the lease of the property from a Port Talbot solicitor who owned it for many years, and he and the couple have worked with the help of architectural historians to restore the Edwardian decor and furniture, the phonogram in the front room, even the cast-iron toilet upstairs.
He tells of his pioneering experiments, including the introduction of electricity to the palace in 1888 and demonstrates the use of a Thomas Edison phonogram.