Definition of Dictograph. Meaning of Dictograph. Synonyms of Dictograph

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Definition of Dictograph

Dictograph
Dictograph Dic"to*graph, n. [L. dictum a thing said + E. -graph.] A telephonic instrument for office or other similar use, having a sound-magnifying device enabling the ordinary mouthpiece to be dispensed with. Much use has been made of it for overhearing, or for recording, conversations for the purpose of obtaining evidence for use in litigation. Note: The makers of this instrument spell it dictograph.

Meaning of Dictograph from wikipedia

- covert listening devices used in the United States of America was the dictograph, an invention of Kelley M. Turner patented in 1906 (US Patent US843186A)...
- One was the dictograph, which was an early hands-free inter-office intercom system. Turner's General Acoustic Company was renamed Dictograph Products Company...
- Image of a Vintage Acousticon Hearing Aid By Dictograph Products Company, Made in the US, Circa 1934....
- Georgina née Flett. Her father was the managing director of a company called Dictograph Telephones that had been founded by his father in Yorkshire, and both...
- Cavalleria Rusticana and I Pagliacci, which were "trapped and magnified by the dictograph directly from the stage and borne by wireless Hertzian waves over the...
- cartridges used in hearing aid products from manufacturers like Maico, Telex, Dictograph, Otarian, Vocalite, and Trimm. In 1956, Shure moved its corporate headquarters...
- Henchman / Radio Man Prison Bars Beckon The Face at the Window The Devil's Dictograph Vanishing Jewels The Fatal Spark The Necklace of Treachery The Secret...
- P. Werner and his wife, Mrs. Helen M. Werner . . . . Discovery of two dictograph microphones in the Werner offices and the pilfering of their office were...
- one-half million dollars per year; finding of § 3 violation upheld); Dictograph Prods., Inc. v. FTC, 217 F.2d 821 (2d Cir. 1954) (§ 3 violation found...
- P. Gearhardt, were credited with breaking the case after installing a dictograph in the house of a bank robbery suspect. Overhearing a conversation about...
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