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(Electronic News Gathering) The use of camcorders and/or live satellite feeds to transmit video. The term originated when videotape was first used for news reporting in the 1970s rather than film cameras. Subsequently, all news was captured electronically, first analog, and then digital. See also engineer.
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In conjunction with the agreement, Engen Holdings (Pty) Ltd will retain its interest in Engen Petroleum Limited (the South Africa business and refinery) and Engen's businesses in Mauritius, Botswana, Ghana, Namibia, Swaziland and Lesotho, which are not part of this transaction.
There are some minor quibbles: Published sermons were not only the primary literary genre of seventeenth-century New England but also the primary means to induce sympathy; Van Engen could have examined more of them.
Otherwise, the editors have much to be proud of and the University of Notre Dame Press has produced an excellent volume, handsomely assembled, and pleasing in every respect, worthy of the substance and reputation of John Van Engen.
Consumers will also be able to take advantage of DHL's new product offering, Express Easy, at the Engen outlets.
Gold Wide and Silvery Boom may become shareholders of Engen under the earn out arrangements entered into with them in connection with the previously disclosed acquisition of Hunan Yin Lian Xiangbei Copper Co.
Mr Engen said it is hoped to reopen the site in the near future and said an announcement should be made on Monday or Tuesday.
The New Devotion and the Modern-Day Devout, as Van Engen prefers to call them, were hard to classify: neither fully lay nor fully clerical.
The new line of fuel products, Engen Dynamics Diesel and Engen Dynamic Unleaded Gas, are yet to be sold in the market, but are meant to replace all of Engen s current diesel and gasoline products at no immediate cost to the consumer.
A conversation in 2000 between Pablo Deiros from Argentina and Charles Van Engen who grew up in Chiapas, Mexico, led to the founding that year of the Latin American Christian Ministries (LACM) with the purpose of providing "teaching and church leadership mentoring skills, programs, and resources for Christian ministries and pastors in Latin America.
Van Engen offers a detailed, comprehensive study of the 15th-century Netherlandish New Devout movement (1380s-1560s), based on little-studied primary sources.
It features little-known stars like Chris Engen, Michelle Borth, Jeff Fahey, and Rance Howard.
Brooke Engen, a dance captain in Hairspray, had a similar experience on the audition scene after her show closed in early January.