Keep a record of all the payments...
There's no record of any marriage or children...
The result will go on your medical records.
...software packages which record the details of your photographs.
...a place which has rarely suffered a famine in its recorded history.
There is nothing to stop viewers recording the films on videotape...
The call was answered by a recorded message saying the company had closed early.
It took the musicians two and a half days to record their soundtrack for the film...
She has recently recorded a programme for television.
This is one of my favourite records.
...the biggest and best-known record company in England.
The test records the electrical activity of the brain...
The index of the performance of leading shares recorded a 16 per cent fall.
Roger Kingdom set the world record of 12.92 seconds...
The painting was sold for £665,000 — a record for the artist.
...the 800 metres, where she is the world record holder.
Profits were at record levels...
She won the race in record time.
His record reveals a tough streak...
He had a distinguished record as a chaplain...
His country is making a big effort to improve its human rights record.
...a heroin addict with a criminal record going back 15 years...
Where the accused has a record of violence, they should always be kept in custody.
We're willing to state for the record that it has enormous value.
For the record, most Moscow girls leave school at about 18...
Perhaps you'd like to tell me what you were doing Monday. Just for the record.
May I speak off the record?...
At the end of the lunch, I said I had some off-the-record comments.
The Chancellor is on record as saying that the increase in unemployment is 'a price worth paying' to keep inflation down.
The practice is to keep on record any analysis of samples.
It's the shortest election campaign on record...
The 1980s were the hottest decade on record.
Let me set the record straight on the misconceptions contained in your article.