Hmm. Too bad you didn't videotape her, so she could see for herself.
Another approach that can be used to confirm the diagnosis is to audiotape or videotape the child at home or in another less stressful setting.
For most shows, your next step would be to fill out an application, which may or may not include producing a short videotape about your quest.
It's all shot on videotape, with mostly hand-held cameras, in real locations.
They are watching the original videotape of MULDER's regression hypnosis about Samantha.
intercut with footage from the videotape.
shoot Christmas special was the first GH episode shot entirely on videotape; Harriet returned to regular Grange Hill in 1987.
The copyright statement on my pre-recorded videotape refers to ' domestic use only ' .
Ampex VR1000B Videotape recorder, 1958 The worlds first videorecorder.
If the videotape is not of adequate audio / visual quality they may be asked to submit a further videotape within 1 month.
Albright said she thought concerns could be addressed by releasing a videotape of the prisoners that showed their living conditions.
find a videotape of a technical presentation that you attended in person.
Why would a supernatural force use a videotape to select its victims?
Secondly, Janice Nice has a nice videotape of the entire episode with the robot.
Look who's back... Abu Dhabi television shows a new videotape of President Sadaam Hussein of Iraq.
For several years now, a significant proportion of the operations we perform have been recorded, with appropriate consent, onto digital videotape.
When a mysterious videotape appears with intimate images of their personal lives, things begin to crumble.
videotape formats I have come across in my travels.
videotape recording of their performances.
videotape machine, a variety of useful and somewhat odd ideas.
videotape interviews with audience members to assess their responses to the marketing.
Narrated color videotape, 30 minutes, presented at ACM SIGGRAPH '81.
videotape of the lesson and the stimulated recall interview took place.
videotape of the interview?
videotape the 1990s, in Greece, some JW Elders were actually arrested and convicted of secretly videotaping members and ex-members.
The Christmas special was the first GH episode shot entirely on videotape; Harriet returned to regular Grange Hill in 1987.
The copyright statement on my pre-recorded videotape refers to ' domestic use only '.
Find a videotape of a technical presentation that you attended in person.
Look who 's back... Abu Dhabi television shows a new videotape of President Sadaam Hussein of Iraq.
The recordings from the custody suites cannot be viewed by using a standard videotape recorder.
Here is a listing of all the videotape formats I have come across in my travels.
Even Taylor never managed to get a videotape recording of their performances.
The tradition when I first arrived had been mostly to do videotape shows.
VCR Similarly for the videotape machine, a variety of useful and somewhat odd ideas.
To evaluate the project Stalking Histories carried out videotape interviews with audience members to assess their responses to the marketing.
The participant and researcher watched the videotape of the lesson and the stimulated recall interview took place.
A camera crew was filming the interview, so why did n't Van Linden simply play the unedited videotape of the interview?
Essentially, you can cut out the bad shots, put the events in the order you want them, add music or voice over and then transfer your new movie to a CD, DVD or videotape.
The majority of digital camcorders come with some kind of videotape recording format, such as MiniDV or Digital-8.
While browsing is fun, it's best to go into a shop with a list of movies you'd like to purchase in used videotape format.
In most cases, you won't be able to tell if there are any imperfections with a used videotape until you get it home and pop it into your VCR.
If you have up to seven days to return the used videotape once you purchase, make sure you preview the used videotape within that time period to screen for damage or any other irregularities.
If you discover that the actual tape in a used videotape you've purchased is leaking out of the cassette, do not place the cassette in your VCR.
Another version of this game is to videotape the groom beforehand.
You'll get a videotape revealing the final pieces of evidence in your journal.
A final benefit of online dance steps is being able to videotape your own rehearsals and upload them to a private website or server to review when you need to refresh your memory before you head back to the studio.
Books also include a CD ROM which plays like an accompanying videotape in the computer.
Tape yourself or, even better, videotape yourself.
From 1973 to 2003, actors submitted their own names in consideration for nomination by providing the Academy with a videotape of their work from two episodes filmed during the given year.
Now, a group of panelists screens the videotape submissions and votes for the best performer in each category.
This aspect of the law has created a thriving industry niche for private investigators hired by employers to videotape claimants engaging in work, sports or strenuous physical activity despite their claims of being disabled.
When you think you're done with a routine, videotape the completed dance.
To prepare, rent a hula dancing DVD or videotape to learn a couple of moves.
However, during an audition for The Biggest Loser, prospective participants will have to prove through their plea on a videotape to producers and network officials why a television show will help them lose weight.
The written applications and the videotape submission must be mailed together in a single package and will not be returned.
If you can't make it to a casting call, then you can submit your application by mail along with a videotape of yourself.
Note that only mail applications require a videotape.
Keep in mind that many of the videos might be grainy or poor quality because many posters videotape the TV playing the show.
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