The Oxford University Phonetics Laboratory is working with the British Library Sound Archive, Oxford University Computing Services and staff from the University of Pennsylvania in the project.
What does BLSA stand for?
BLSA stands for British Library Sound Archive (UK)
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We have 24 other meanings of BLSA in our Acronym Attic
- Basic life support to include automated external defibrillation
- Basic Life Support-Defibrillation
- Basic Life Support Instructor (course; American Heart Association)
- Basic Life Support/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
- Broad-Line Seyfert 1
- Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging
- Basic Load Storage Area
- BirdLife South Africa (est. 1930)
- Black Law Students Association
- Bonded Labour System Abolition Act
- Brookville Lake Sailing Association
- Black Law Students' Association of Canada
- Bluemle Life Sciences Building
- Brockville Lions Steel Band (Brockville, Ontario, Canada)
- Business Link Strategy Board (UK)
- Bedfordshire and Luton Sustainable Business Partnership (UK)
- Bachelor of Library Science
- Basic Life Safety Certification (Texas)
- Basic Life Support/CPR Certificate
- Biological and Life Sciences Learning Community
Samples in periodicals archive:
The British Library Sound Archive website can be found at http://sounds.
We do see tapes with fungal growth, and if we catch it early enough we can often save the recording,' said Nigel Bewley, head sound engineer at the British Library Sound Archive in London.
Jonathan Robinson, curator of English Accents & Dialects at the British Library Sound Archive, said: "I think Newcastle and Northumberland is an area where, because of its isolation and its sense of regional pride, has retained a lot of its own dialect.
He is acquisitions officer for the British Library Sound Archive, where he stockpiles copies of every CD released and seeks out old records.
Waugh was being questioned by Charles Wilmot, Jack Davies and Stephen Black and the exchanges are, to say the least, "sparky", according to British Library sound archive curator Stephen Cleary.
The Academy library also received a run of Musical Times from the British Library Sound Archive.
It features live recordings of landmark RSC performances from the British Library Sound Archive dating between 1959 and 2003.