Sony

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See also: sony, Sonny, and sonny

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  • A combination of Latin sonus (sound) and sonny (boy, diminutive)

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Sony

  1. An international electronics and media company based in Tokyo, Japan.
    • 1980, Timothy Crouse, The Boys on the Bus, Ballantine Books, →ISBN, page 16
      Connie Chung, the pretty Chinese CBS correspondent, occupied the room next to mine at the Hyatt House and she was always back by midnight, reciting a final sixty-second radio spot into her Sony or absorbing one last press release before getting a good night’s sleep.
    • 1993, Martha Gever, Pratibha Parmar, and John Greyson, Queer Looks, Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video, Routledge, →ISBN, page 76
      he mostly makes videos—virtually reinventing the diary form with his Sony 8 scrapbook.
    • 1995, Victor J. Ramraj, Concert of Voices, An Anthology of World Writing in English, Broadview Press, →ISBN, page 297
      My memoirs. At night I leave a Sony by my bed. Night is the best time for remembering.
    • 1999, Peter Cook, Archigram, Princeton Architectural Press, →ISBN, page 113
      The common threads that exist between the fisherman and his Sony and the project above. Robert Smithson's 'Incidents of mirror travel in the Yucatan' are important.
    • 2002, Alexander J. Morin, Classical Music, The Listener's Companion, Backbeat Books, →ISBN, page 98
      Bernstein always understood this symphony, and his Sony recording was for many years one of the best.
    • 2003, Nadine Condon, Hot Hits, Cheap Demos, The Real-World Guide to Music Business Success, Backbeat Books, →ISBN, page 34
      Gary’s roster currently has Tritt and two new Sony artists soon to be hugely famous, JEB and Christy Sutherland.
    • 2006, Joseph Finder, Killer Instinct, St. Martin's Press, →ISBN, page 5
      Most of the e-mails were blowback from the departure of our divisional vice president, Crawford, who’d just jumped ship to Sony.

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