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disk jockey

and deejay and disc jockey and DJ
n. a radio announcer who introduces music from phonograph records. (see also veejay.) The disk jockey couldn’t pronounce the name of the singing group.
See also: jockey

DJ

verb
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This may be seen alongside the insistence that the DJ's work is a "study of music" (something almost all my informants mentioned).
Much like the DJ's experience of listening to songs and gaining knowledge through the pirate economy, the knowledge of the song is passed on, on the basis of the affective force (affectus) it has and the capacity to be affected (affection) it can produce.
DJ's CIM system now embraces 65% of the company's 240 injection machines of 55 to 700 tons and about 500 of its molds.
DJ's CIM system starts with RIG data-collection boxes on each machine, which collect process data from cavity-pressure sensors and other instrumentation.
These characters are different people from week to week,'' said Brink, who added that for students themselves who go to DJ's Place, ``You definitely feel like you've done something grown-up.
1 -- color) Girls dance the night away at DJ's Place, a new middle-school dance club open two Fridays a night in Sage Hall at the fairgrounds.
Split into European, North and Latin American and Middle Eastern, African, Asian and Australasian regions, the search was on to find the best amateur DJ's and give them a chance to unleash their talent and the echoes of their music beats with an international audience.
With the unique opportunity to be judged by a panel of the hottest celebrity DJ's, the "Ultimate Feeling" grand prizewinner will receive a trip for two to the Video Music Awards in Los Angeles on Sept.
Currently Digital DJ's Wireless Information Network in the metropolitan area is via the subcarrier frequency 101.