colour TV

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Noun1.colour TV - a television that transmits images in colorcolour TV - a television that transmits images in color
color television tube, color tube, color TV tube, colour television tube, colour tube, colour TV tube - a television tube that displays images in full color
field-sequential color television, field-sequential color television system, field-sequential color TV, field-sequential color TV system - an early form of color TV in which successive fields are scanned in three primary colors
television system, television - a telecommunication system that transmits images of objects (stationary or moving) between distant points
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Peter Taylor, 26, Sadberge Street, Middlesbrough, fined pounds 175 with pounds 65 costs for using a colour TV without a licence.
Keep your colour TV for the 'best room' MAY I offer a word of advice to those of your readers who have bought, or are contemplating buying a colour TV receiver?
The researchers explained their findings could be partly linked to younger generations and their experience of watching colour TV since childhood.
THE world's oldest colour TV is going on show for the first time.
Ian Lavender, Pike of comedy series Dad's Army, recalls the early days of colour TV.
Although the sales volume of China's colour TV market slipped, the LCD flat-panel TV market remained strong.
Konka Group is mainly engaged in the production of housing electronic appliances and telecommunication products such as Colour TV and mobile phone.
It was in fact the subject of the first ever public British colour TV broadcast (for those interested, Taylor beat South African Drysdale in five sets, but was knocked out in the semi finals).
AMONG the cases dealt with at Teesside Magistrates Court on January 12 were: Jason Darren Cooper, 39, of Lime Crescent, Hartlepool, fined pounds 125 with pounds 75 costs for using a colour TV without a licence.
Over one lakh colour TV sets already procured in the sixth phase would be distributed to orphanages and anganwadis among others, she said.
A record 25 million licences are currently in force across the UK, which shows most people have worked out that the price of a colour TV licence is a better investment than a court visit and the potential pounds 1,000 fine evaders risk if they are not properly licensed.