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The late Jim Barniak was the primary announcer for Comcast-Spectacor's PAY-TV service, Prism.

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There's the rectangular prism, the triangular prism, hexagonal prism, pentagonal prism, the cube, and the octagonal prism.

A Triangular Prism A Rectangular Prism An Octogonal Prism (basically 3D Shapes)

there r 3 syllables in announcer

a triangular prism has to triangular bases while a rectangular prism has a rectangle as the bases.

Cylinder (circular prism) Cube (square prism) Cuboid (rectangle prism)

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Yes, a hexagonal prism is a type of prism.

a triangular prism is different from a rectangular prism because: their names are different a triangular prism has a triangle for its' base a rectangular prism has a rectangle base a triangular prism has less sides than a rectangular prism a rectangular prism has more sides than a triangular prism

Prism - Prism album - was created in 1977.

It depends on the prism. Is it a triangular prism, a rectangular prism, a pentagonal prism... etc..

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A Triangular Prism A Rectangular Prism An Octogonal Prism (basically 3D Shapes)

Gary Breckner has: Played Radio Announcer in "Career Woman" in 1936. Played Announcer in Recording Room in "Crack-Up" in 1936. Played Radio Announcer in "Love and Hisses" in 1937. Played Announcer in "Wake Up and Live" in 1937. Played Announcer in "Up the River" in 1938. Played Race Announcer in "Road Demon" in 1938. Played Radio Announcer in "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" in 1938. Played Announcer in "Thanks for Everything" in 1938. Played Announcer in "Pardon Our Nerve" in 1939. Played Announcer in "Risky Business" in 1939. Played Radio Announcer in "Framed" in 1940. Played Announcer in "Star Dust" in 1940. Played Announcer in "Johnny Apollo" in 1940. Played Radio Announcer in "In the Navy" in 1941. Played Announcer in "The Great American Broadcast" in 1941. Played Radio Announcer in "Man Made Monster" in 1941. Played Radio Announcer in "Mississippi Gambler" in 1942. Played Announcer in "The Magnificent Dope" in 1942. Played Radio Announcer in "Sweetheart of the Fleet" in 1942. Played Announcer in "The Strange Case of Doctor Rx" in 1942. Played Brick Brandon in "Submarine Raider" in 1942. Played American Announcer in "Margin for Error" in 1943. Played Announcer in "Hit Parade of 1943" in 1943.