Songs about Recorde:

songsHoy Recorde by EL Pollo Estevan Y SU Grupo Pegasso from the Album Nueva Vida

songsAvui Quan Somie (Me'n Recorde, De Tu) by Munlogs from the Album Morir Lluitant

songsHoy Recorde by Grupo Falaz from the Album Me Siento Morir

songsHoy Recorde by Grupo Falaz from the Album Aquellos Bellos Recuerdos, Vol. 7

songsHoy Recorde by Coleccion De Exitos from the Album Coleccion De Exitos ... Edicion Limitada

songsHoy Recorde Mi Broma by Grupo Pegasso from the Album Cosa del Amor, Vol. 16

songsHoy Te Recorde by Gerardo Sandoval from the Album 25 Aniversario


Books about Recorde:

booksNão Ficção em 48 Horas - Como Escrever um Livro Incrível em Tempo Recorde (Portuguese Edition) by Eldes Saullo (Jul 31, 2014)

booksRobert Recorde: The Life and Times of a Tudor Mathematician by Gareth Roberts and Fenny Smith (Feb 15, 2014)

booksRobert Recorde: Tudor Polymath, Expositor and Practitioner of Computation (History of Computing) by Jack Williams (Jan 25, 2014)

booksRecordes do Futebol Mundial 2012 - Nova Ortografia (Em Portugues do Brasil) by Keir Radnedge (Jan 1, 2011)

booksThe grounde of artes teaching the perfect vvorke and practise of arithmetike, both in whole numbers and fractions... by Robert Record (Jul 13, 2010)

booksSum Notabill Thinges, excerptit frome the Auld Recordes of the honorabill citie of Aberdeene. 1565-1635. (Communicated... by Author Unknown (Mar 18, 2010)

booksFIFA Recordes do Futebol Mundial 2010 by Keir Radnedge and Booksmile (Jun 8, 2010)


Wiki information Recorde:

Musical instrument, Musical Performance Role

The recorder is a family of woodwind musical instruments of the group known as fipple flutes or internal duct flutes—whistle-like instruments which include the tin whistle. The recorder is end-blown and the mouth of the instrument is constricted by a...

Robert Recorde
Mathematician, Deceased Person, Author, Influence Node, Academic, Person

Robert Recorde was a Welsh physician and mathematician. He invented the "equals" sign and also introduced the pre-existing "plus" sign to English speakers in 1557.