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television set

[′tel·ə‚vizh·ən ‚set]
(electronics)
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LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Tuesday disposing of a plea against recovery of PTV fee through electricity bills declaring that the fee could only be recovered from those who possess television sets.
According to a spokesperson from Smiths City, the digital switchover has resulted in boost in the sales figure of television sets recently.
MANILA -- The Bureau of Customs seized seven units of top of the line television sets worth P1.
They have also revealed that two television sets were stolen from the house last Saturday before 10.
This is the smallest segment of the television set market--with just over one million units shipped in 2006 at just under $3 billion.
With this decision, Sony will be competing with cable television set top devices and wireless devices for Internet access.
The girl was sleeping in the attic bedroom of a house in Hillside, Stoke Heath, when the television set over-heated just after midnight today.
Mario Insenga, president and CEO of The Refinishing Touch said: "The television set can seem innocuous.
If you go into a house and you see a television set, it's pretty ugly, unless you're watching it,'' said Walker, who founded the company in 1955 in the San Fernando Valley.
Each school distributes morning announcements and other video broadcasts to classroom television sets within each building via coaxial cable.
The television studio is used twice daily for student-produced announcements - delivered via cable to classroom television sets - on dances, fund-raisers, club information, school rules and similar matters.
The Oscar winner who delivers the shortest speech on Oscars night will get a special producer's award: a brand-new, high-definition television set - a very expensive television set,'' Cates said, drawing applause and laughter.