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black disc

a conventional black vinyl gramophone record as opposed to a compact disc
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  • In the center of a black disc she saw only the mocking eyes and evil face of Mullendore.

    The Fighting Shepherdess
    Caroline Lockhart
  • Under her a long band of gold barred the black disc of the sea.

  • Then a kind of black disc appeared in the middle of the world and rushed out to the edge of things and blotted them out.

    Tono Bungay H. G. Wells
  • The black disc of the immense muzzle pointed squarely at them.

    Planet of the Damned Harry Harrison
  • His eyes were disproportionately large, and the black disc of pupil in the white corneas was intensified by contrast.

    The Black Star Passes John W Campbell
  • The experimentalist stands at the back of the instrument, and can see the sky only through the apertures in the black disc.

    The Boy's Playbook of Science John Henry Pepper
  • Men looking up, near blinded, at the star, saw that a black disc was creeping across the light.

    Tales of Space and Time Herbert George Wells
  • Perhaps one black disc of your beastly glasses is quite close and another fifty miles away.

    The Man Who Was Thursday G. K. Chesterton
  • It is a kind of aureole, or halo, pearly white in colour, which is seen to surround the black disc of the moon.

    Astronomy of To-day Cecil G. Dolmage
  • Gradually the black spot steals in front of the sun, until, after nearly half an hour, the black disc is entirely visible.

    The Story of the Heavens Robert Stawell Ball

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