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television set

[′tel·ə‚vizh·ən ‚set]
(electronics)
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Manama: A Saudi man smashed his television set and asked his son's guests to leave after they ignored him to focus on a scene from a Gulf drama.
In that incident, two masked men hurled a paving slab through the window of a house in Finham Road before stealing a laptop computer and television set. They escaped in a Silver Seat car towards Dalehouse Lane.
Among the items retrieved were smart and LED television sets, branded shoes, a laptop, and a gaming console stashed in two cars.
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.
But Sindac was quick to clarify that there is no television set inside Enrile's room.
Muscat: The body of a one-and-a-half-year-old boy who died after a television set fell on him was flown back to his home country yesterday.
Since then, analysts and Apple fans cannot stop speculating about the Apple-made television set -- when it would be released, how much it would cost, but most importantly, just how revolutionary an experience it would be.
Della Marie Calder, 65, of Southfield Road, Middlesbrough, was fined pounds 65 and ordered to pay costs of pounds 45 for using a television set without a licence.
Watch commander Neil Pilling from Huddersfield Fire Station said a candle near to a television set was the cause of the fire.
When a warranty claim is filed, Retailer processes the claim and repairs or replaces the television set. Its prior experience with this type of television set indicates a 5% likelihood that a claim will be filed in the one-year warranty period.
"The make and model of the television set have not been confirmed so we will not speculate.
Purchase a DTV converter box that will convert the digital signal into analog for an existing analog television set. Converter boxes are now available for purchase at most major consumer electronics retailers and usually cost between $40 and $70.