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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Bullocks (65) averaged 198.8p and sold to 240p per kg for a 250kg Limousin cross from Calrossie, Tain and PS1,210 for a 672kg Simmental cross from Braeside.
Liberum kept its Sell rating on the stock with a 240p price target, while Berenberg retained its Hold rating on the stock, also with a price target of 240p.
It closed down 10p at 240p. Just Eat's share price tumbled after it saw a slowdown at its UK business, with the online delivery firm blaming warm weather and the timing of Easter.
Other leading prices: Heifers per kg - 245p Easter Ochtermuthill and Learielaw; 242p Knockhouse; 240p Brockwoodlees (twice), Easter Ochtermuthill, Knockhouse and Dullomuir; 235p Knockhouse.
Stock in the firm was initially offered at 240p a share, after its private equity owners Advent International and Bain Capital sold about a 51% stake in the business.
As we write this article, shares are trading just below the 240p level, but this morning could bring with it the stimulus for Chemring shares to make 'the big push' towards the highs of 2013.
It is thought that VT has so far put forward potential offers at about 250p a share - above the current price at about 240p, but far below year trading highs of more than 384p.
In London, there were no stocks in the black at all as HBOS shed 34.75p to 247.25p taking it down towards a 12-month low of less than 240p.
Donald Macdonald, boss of Bathgate-based Macdonald Hotels, has made an approach to buy the firm at 240p a share.
PUNTERS wanting to take a bet on the William Hill stock market flotation are likely to have to pay at the top end of an indicative price range of 190p to 240p a share, when full trading begins on June 20.
Processors in Northern Ireland have dropped lamb prices dramatically this past week from 240p per kilo half weight to 225p with one north coats plant offering just 215p per kilo even to producer group members.
That's a rise in its value per share from just under 97p then to nearly 240p at the end of February this year.