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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In September 2016, just before the asteroid 288P made its closest approach to the Sun, it was close enough to Earth to allow astronomers a detailed look at it using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope [1].
The biggest gainers on the FTSE 100 were Micro Focus International up 288p at 2243p, International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) up 16.
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.
Heavy weight from Hallrule Farm, Bonchester Bridge, Heifers to 304p per kg and medium weight to 300p from Howden Farm, Jedburgh, Continental from Mervinslaw, Jedburgh to 288p per kg.
On the first day of trading on June 16 Inmarsat's shares were 288p and yesterday they was hovering around the 216-217p mark.
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.
Shares in Affinity, which is listed on the Alternative Investment Market, jumped 30p to 288p on the announcements.
75p to 288p after it hiked its fuel surcharge on long-haul flights for the fifth time in little more than a year today.
Amec shares fell by more than 3pc following news of its unsuccessful bid and the company's shares ended the day down 4p at 288p, a fall of 1.
The sofa group, whose shares have soared from 288p in March 2000 to 394.