bescreen

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bescreen

(bɪˈskriːn)
vb (tr)
to conceal or overshadow
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Fans of the hit show -- starring Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage andGwendoline Christie -- will have to wait a whole year to find out thefate of their favourite characters when the final six episodes will bescreened.
Indeed the play is full of moments where just such a self-recognition is made possible, moments where the young characters, 'bescreened in night' (2.1.93), 'untalked of and unseen' (3.2.5-7), try to make sense of who they are becoming.
New Delhi in December ordered that Chinese telecom equipment imports bescreened for security reasons, worrying Huawei and ZTE, which cannot afford to miss out on a market that is second only to China in terms of subscriber numbers with 636musers.
5 EXTENDING the age of bowel screening from 70 to 75 yearsfrom 2010 - about one million more men and women will bescreened each year as a result.