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telecast

[′tel·ə‚kast]
(communications)
A television broadcast intended for reception by the general public, involving the transmission of the picture and sound portions of the program.
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telecast

(TELEvision broadCAST) Both noun and verb, a telecast is a TV broadcast or to broadcast a TV program. See tele and telecine.
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Furthermore, Enable has to concede Telecaster 7lbs in age-for-weight concession (Telecaster being two years younger).
Telecaster trailed in last at Epsom, 19 lengths adrift of Anthony Van Dyck after he had sweated freely and racing keenly under jockey Oisin Murphy.
Last season's champion European two-year-old gave his all - but his Derby dreams were ended as Telecaster took the spoils in the hands of Oisin Murphy for trainer Hughie Morrison.
Dubai: The Fender Telecaster is one of the biggest selling legendary guitars in rock 'n' roll history and a horse that shares its name with the famous instrument is making an absolute ruckus in the Epsom Derby market following his performance in the Al Basti Equiworld Dubai Dante Stakes (Group 2) at York on Thursday.
Still in the Dante, this Frankel colt lost his position when Telecaster streaked clear before staying on all too late.
The 1959 Telecaster, pre-paint, had been a cherished gift from his fellow former Yardbird bandmate Jeff Beck.
15 modern rock songs with a taste of those classic American rock sounds and Brit-rock guitar riffs, stunning Telecaster rhythms and solos: quoting Alessandro, "I want 'Out in the Nowhere' to fill the nights and days of my listeners' next summer just in the same way it filled my nights when I was working on it."
Who gave his name to the guitar company which manufactured models called Telecaster and Stratocaster?
And finally, Selina finds herself improvising her speech, without her glasses, in front of an incorrect telecaster which shows an old draft reading: "Future whatever".
It is known for its iconic guitars, including the Stratocaster and Telecaster.
Working out of a workshop in California, he and his small team began building guitars and came up with the Fender Telecaster, the first solid body guitar.