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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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"The AAP recommendations particularly relate to quantity of televiewing time.
A tenth yearly study and comments on a decade of televiewing. Elementary English, 36, 581-586.
On the other hand, both generations of Blacks did not see setting televiewing limits as important.
(1983) Beyond the Formats of Television: the Effects of Student Preconceptions on the Experience of Televiewing, en MEYER, M.
Viewing behaviour was measured in accordance with previous research (Grant et al., 1991; Grant, 1996; Perse, 1986; Rubin, 1981; Rubin, Perse and Powell, 1985; Skumanich and Kintsfather, 1993, 1998), considering that the daily number of televiewing hours on average (TV exposure) as a representative item for this concept.
The relationship between children's televiewing and the variables of reading attitude, reading achievement, book reading, and IQ in a sample of fifth grade children (Doctoral dissertation, University of Akron, 1981).
Sir Jeremy Morse replaces the three inferred inflections reported in "Shared Transadditions by the Numbers" with 0,1 BRONZE; 4,5 FAVOURITE; 11,12 TELEVIEWING (in Chambers).
And so, for all its excitement, televiewing is intellectually passive.
This study provides a follow-up to Abelman et al.'s initial study of the impact of affiliation, which details how the networks responded to this marketplace turbulence by waging various campaigns to maintain and expand their audiences, each of which embraces a different perception of the televiewing audience (Gantz and Eastman, 1983).
Televiewing comes into its own here, practically putting you under the skins of the runners.
Quest for successful televiewing eventually forces a group expedition up Mt.