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instant replay

[′in·stənt ′rē‚plā]
(electronics)
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Although today's instant replay solutions serve a similar purpose, they are vastly different from their forebears.
Much like all those calls in the NFL and NBA that were overturned, history would likely have forgotten Joyce, had MLB had instant replay in place.
Instant replay will begin for the Red Sox on Friday when they begin a homestand with three games against the White Sox.
Several other conferences will experiment with instant replay during the upcoming season.
In response to requests for simpler tools and more automation, Compellent is broadening its support with today's launch of the Server Instant Replay wizard.
The NBA becomes the third of the four major American professional sports to adopt instant replay, the others being the National Football League and the National Hockey League.
Compellent's Remote Instant Replay provides Scott County with a cost-effective remote replication solution.
Thirteen of the Big Ten's 17 nonconference home football games scheduled to appear on television will use instant replay, but four schools did not grant their approval: Arizona State (Sept.
5, Thin Replication is delivered via two software applications, Remote Instant Replay and Enterprise Manager.
Doesn't matter,'' said Viola Tozier, bartender of the Instant Replay sports bar in Canoga Park, where regulars this week cast aspersions on their former team.
In addition, a standard telephone instant replay of the conference call is available by dialing (303) 590-3000, followed by the passcode 11067664 #.
But baseball remains the lone major American sport without instant replay.