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 +'''Recorder''' may refer to:
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 +*[[Recorder]], a flute-like woodwind musical instrument
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 +*Any device for recording sound, visual, or other information; see [[tape recorder]], [[wire recorder]], [[video cassette recorder]], [[flight data recorder]] ("black box"), [[camcorder]], [[professional video camera]], [[dictation machine]] or [[chart recorder]]
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 +*[[Recorder (judge)]], a part-time municipal judge
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 +*[[Recorder (legal office)]], the highest appointed legal officer of some local area
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 +* Recorder: a government official in charge of a local recording office where [[real property]] and other official records and vital human events records (births, adoptions, marriages, deaths, etc.) are kept: e.g., American [[recorder of deeds|county recorders]]
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 +<!-- * Mining recorder: a government official in charge of a mining recorder's office (essentially, a governmental registry office for the public registration of mining claims/interests and of leases and security interests therein): Canadian provinces and territories -->
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 +* Court recorder (or a [[court reporter]]): an official who records [[deposition]]s, court proceedings, and other judicial proceedings
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 +* [[Recorder (CSRT)]], the officer who assembled and presented evidence to Guantanamo Combatant Status Review Tribunals
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 +* [[Recorder (comics)]], a fictional race of androids in some [[Marvel Comics]]
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 +* ''[[The Recorder]]'' (disambiguation), the name of several municipal newspapers
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Recorder may refer to:

  • Recorder, a flute-like woodwind musical instrument
  • Recorder: a government official in charge of a local recording office where real property and other official records and vital human events records (births, adoptions, marriages, deaths, etc.) are kept: e.g., American county recorders


  • Court recorder (or a court reporter): an official who records depositions, court proceedings, and other judicial proceedings
  • Recorder (CSRT), the officer who assembled and presented evidence to Guantanamo Combatant Status Review Tribunals
  • The Recorder (disambiguation), the name of several municipal newspapers




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