television

[ tel-uh-vizh-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF television

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And I read the finder scales of the television instrument to him.

Well have to keep out the press and television men, anyway, because of your health.

For television was long since an accomplished, everyday fact.

Together, and silently, Kincaide and I bent over the television disk.

A television set had somehow been turned on by the crash that bulged the back wall.

It was like the television thrillers, after all, Parr reflected.

With a grunt, I flipped my cigarette at the television lens.

Look at what television and such have done in our own civilization.

Just like a television play in installments, Brandon thought.

So does television, omnipresent and, at times, seemingly omnipotent.

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