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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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Cooks and Enger were all-Pac-12 honorable mention last season.
Labeled as terrorists Tremaine's group enters a metaphoric end-game with intelligence agencies combined under the leadership of Carl Enger Graham's twenty-first century J.
We believe that this new cooperation will serve to further strengthen Yara's position as the global market leader within the fertilizer industry," says President and CEO of Yara International, Thorleif Enger reaffirming his previous statement.
The company is one of Germany's leading PSA producers and is located in Enger in Westphalia.
Andy Hoffman and Christopher Schluender of Weichert Realtors and Kyle Enger of Century 21 Innovative represent the property.
Cozy hearth rooms near the kitchen are in demand in Colorado, so Enger turned the original living room into a hearth/ dining area.
Enger Pat Lowe, who migrated from England to Australia in 1972, and who met Aboriginal artist Jimmy Pike, spending three years with him in the desert hunting and exploring his country.
The Paraclete Fiction Award will be conferrred at Calvin College's Festival of Faith and Writing, scheduled for 22-24 April 2004, by contest judge Leif Enger for a novel with Christian themes by a new or emerging author.
NEW ORLEANS -- Patients with schizophrenia--particularly those taking typical antipsychotics--have higher rates of mortality and cardiovascular morbidity, Cheryl Enger, Ph.
When students feel helpless or frustrated, they most often become withdrawn or act out, leading other students to mark them as troublemakers to be avoided (Castleberry & Enger, 1998; Knight & Kneese, 1999).
These lawsuits involved Boston Scientific's Keith patents and Medtronic's Enger patents and related to rapid exchange coronary stent delivery systems and rapid exchange balloon dilata-tion catheters of both parties.
MAE870) INTEGRATED OIL COMPANIES: STEVEN ENGER - PETRIE PARKMAN & CO.