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[di′splā ‚win‚dō]
(communications)
Width of the portion of the frequency spectrum presented on panoramic presentation; expressed in frequency units, usually megahertz.
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A HAIRDRESSER whose shop windows were broken twice in one day says vandals are wrecking her business.
On the night of 11-12 September, the small 19oz trophy was stolen from boot and shoe manufacturer William Shillcock's shop window of at 73 Newtown Row.
He caused an estimated PS100 damage to the shop window.
Playing in these games does put you in the shop window I suppose.
We don't want to say too much about the design but the shop window will be used to give fans a few hints as it develops over the next four home games.
Designer Sl-eena, aged 23, currently studying craft and design, saw models step into the shop window wearing waistcoats from her Must Get Me One Of Those collection of tailored attire.
In 1895, Aston Villa won the competition for the second time, beating West Bromwich Albion 1-0, but the cup was later stolen from the shop window of William Shillcock, a football and boot manufacturer in Birmingham, which had been proudly displaying it.
It has been an appalling season and if the shop window is not in good shape then you are not going to inspire the next generation.
He said: "She was lucky that the car went straight through the shop window.
If I can't get a move in January then I need to look at the summer and playing for Ireland will put me in the shop window.