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Record will be e-lim-in-a-ted

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Tony Blackburn, voted Radio 1 Disc Jockey of the Year in a magazine poll, finds himself picketed by Daleks, electronic monsters from BBC Television's science fiction serial "Dr. Who," outside Broadcasting House in Portland Place, London, yesterday. The Daleks, arch enemies of Dr. Who, were calling for a ban on the record "Who is the Doctor," made by the space-and-time traveller himself — Jon Pertwee.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1972-12-05). Record will be e-lim-in-a-ted. Nottingham Guardian p. 9.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Record will be e-lim-in-a-ted." Nottingham Guardian [add city] 1972-12-05, 9. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Record will be e-lim-in-a-ted." Nottingham Guardian, edition, sec., 1972-12-05
  • Turabian: "Record will be e-lim-in-a-ted." Nottingham Guardian, 1972-12-05, section, 9 edition.
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