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televiewer

[′tel·ə‚vyü·ər]
(engineering)
An acoustic camera that provides an ultrasonic image of the borehole wall during borehole logging.
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When we hear pretentious talks about "schimbarea look-ului" ("changing the look"), about "trendul din moda" ("the trend in fashion"), when the televiewers or radio listeners are invited to take part in a "chat"("chat"), when there is a TV announcement about a "romance", ("romance"), one may actually come to include these neologisms in one's vocabulary and, according to Ion Creanga's formula, one may come to distort one's mother tongue to such an extent that nobody can understand anything.
Thus, televiewers with no future purchase intention are older (around 50% are over 45), with an average income (44.
Since there will be a continuous link to the surface, there will be the opportunity to have high resolution instrumentation at the lens head, such as televiewers and analyzers to determine results of a particular action.
Sport will dispense with live spectators altogether and all games will be played for the benefit of pay-per-view televiewers.
The joke is on the Seinfeld gang and, one hopes, not on the 80-some million televiewers.
Though the Kefauver Crime Committee hearings of March 1951 can claim priority as a congressional TV show, and subsequent political spectacles (the Watergate hearings, the Iran Contra hearings, the Thomas-Hill hearings) would rivet the attention of later generations of American televiewers, for sheer theatricality and narrative force the Army-McCarthy hearings remain the genre prototype -- not least because the constitutional drama has been kept alive in memory through a pathbreaking compilation film, Emile de Antonio's Point of Order
Louis televiewers, I guess I've had it up to my vestibular fenestra with the self-anointed, print-appointed "experts" on television news.
Just like her friend, Oprah Winfrey, Ellen motivates millions of televiewers to aspire to be the best they can be.
For UK televiewers, the 2014 Oscars will be aired exclusively on Sky Movies with Red Carpet Live coverage from 11:30 P.
Together with the above, the lack of confidence in comments by the presenters and users of the product and the fact that televiewers find the programmes unattractive and boring are the main obstacles to the purchase decision.
Not that the injury prevented him making all the birdies he needed to douse Kaname Yokoo's stout challenge in the play-off, but he will not risk worsening it in an event of little importance like this one where all the players are wired for sound so that televiewers can feel even closer to the game than usual.