Disc

A disc (International English) or disk (American English), from Latin discus which itself derives from Greek δίσκος, is a flat circular object. It may also refer to:

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Other articles related to "disc":

Disc - Other Uses
... Disc (band), an American experimental music band Disc (magazine), a British music magazine, at one time known as Disc and Music Echo Disc harrow, a farm implement Disc jockey, a person who selects ...
Travis Walton - Background - Discovery in The Woods
... closer and said they saw a large silvery disc hovering above a clearing and shining brightly ... Walton leaped from the truck and ran toward the disc ... at Walton to come back but that he continued toward the disc ...
The Church (band) - Discography
... Gold Afternoon Fix (1990) Priest=Aura (1992) Note 2-disc version was released to include A Quick Smoke at Spot's Archives 1986-1990 (collection of otherwise unavailable original tracks) ... Hologram of Baal (1998) Note 2-disc version includes bonus disc Bastard Universe (1 long jam track) A Box of Birds (1999) (covers) After Everything Now This (2002) Parallel Universe Remixes (Disc 1) and outtakes (Disc ...
Dodge Disc
... Dodge disc (or dodge Frisbee after the brand name) is a flying disc game, based on dodgeball but using a disc in place of the ball or balls ... As in dodgeball, if a player is hit by a disc and fails to catch it, then the player is "out" and exits the field of play ... If a player catches the thrown disc without its touching the ground, either before or after being hit by it, or before or after it hits another player, then the player who threw the disc is out ...
Voodoo Child: The Jimi Hendrix Collection
... Voodoo Child The Jimi Hendrix Collection (2001, MCA Records) is a two-disc set compilation ... The first disc contains studio recordings and the second disc contains live recordings ...

Famous quotes containing the word disc:

    This is D.J., Disc Jockey to American turning off. Vietnam, hot dam.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)

    Soundless as dots—on a Disc of Snow—
    Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)

    Perhaps all music, even the newest, is not so much something discovered as something that re-emerges from where it lay buried in the memory, inaudible as a melody cut in a disc of flesh. A composer lets me hear a song that has always been shut up silent within me.
    Jean Genet (1910–1986)