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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VIEWERS

The viewers had awarded the government bounty without a quibble.

There was a mounting burst of applause as the viewers learned what I had said.

Tears sparkled on his cheeks; but neither Martha nor the viewers knew why.

You will of course order the underground manager and viewers to give him every support.

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The viewers dialed from scene to scene; no two screens ever showed the same picture.

Place receiver where no bright light will fall on the screen or in the eyes of the viewers.

Viewers consume art almost at the rhythm at which they consume everything else.

Thousands of viewers simultaneously landing on a Web site is a chance and a challenge.

Teyr and her moon Luhin, both in quarter-phase from here, moved steadily apart in the viewers.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., "civic official responsible for surveying property," agent noun from view (v.). Meaning "watcher of television" first recorded 1935, in place of earlier suggestion looker-in (1927).

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