low-definition television

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low-definition television

[′lō ‚def·ə‚nish·ən ′tel·ə‚vizh·ən]
(communications)
Television that involves less than about 200 scanning lines per complete image.
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Building firm Carillion added 1p to 288p after confirming a support services deal with BT worth a potential pounds 1 billion over seven years.
25p to 288p after it forecast a strong second half of its financial year and said interim profits had nudged ahead to pounds 19.
Market heavyweight Vodafone was off 4p at 185p, Cable & Wireless shed 12p at 364p and BT Group lost 1p at 288p.
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However, the share price is still around 14% higher than its 2012 low of 288p.
0833 new Western Coal shares for every Energybuild share held and values each Energybuild share at around 24p based on the closing share price ofWestern of 288p on June 8 - the last dealing day prior to the announcement.
Building firm Carillion meanwhile added 1p to 288p after confirming a support services deal with BT worth a potential pounds 1 billion over seven years.
The company said it was unaware of any bid approach but that didn't stop the shares reaching 288p, ahead more than six per cent.
Three profit warnings sent the group's shares plummeting from 288p at the start of the year to 12p.