televiewer


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televiewer

(ˈtɛlɪˌvjuːə)
n
(Broadcasting) US a person who watches television
Translations

televiewer

[ˈtelɪˌvjuːəʳ] Ntelevidente mf, telespectador(a) m/f

televiewer

[ˈtɛlɪˌvjuːəʳ] ntelespettatore/trice
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The Phase Three program included a detailed downhole structural geology study using an Optical Televiewer to enhance the geological model at the Mikwam deposit which identified a Z-shaped drag fold, with potential for multiple hinges along the Mikwam Hinge deposit.
Addressing a question from a televiewer during Give Us This Day Program that was streamed live on Youtube on Friday morning, Quiboloy said the mayor, like her father, "is chosen for that also."
First of all, they force the distant viewer -- the 'televiewer' to follow dramatic events (which, invariably, constitute the first choice of the mass media because of the 'high ratings' they achieve, and to experience situations of misery, unhappiness, destruction and human suffering, in a manner that is totally epidermic and rules out any form of a in-depth analysis and understanding of events and circumstances.
For lines 1 and 2, the soil investigation work was coupled with geophysical testing including down holes, cross hole, acoustic televiewer and ERT testing.
The American analyst also makes mention that, once or several times a week, any televiewer is offered programs providing medical information of highest scientific level.
They used an optical televiewer tool, which generates a continuous 360-degree image of the core hole wall using an optical imaging system.
His version was of a library borrowing system where microfilm of books was sent along a telephone line to the home and downloaded to be read on a televiewer. Which is quite breathtaking in its vision.
Small variations of the dip in wells can be viewed in borehole imaging logs (Borehole Televiewer, Formation Micro Scanner) (Pribnow and Sass 1995).
The hole was drilled to assess structural information (orientation of veins and joints) using a down hole acoustic and optical televiewer provided by Surtron Technologies.
Healthcare technology and solutions company LifeWatch Services Inc, a subsidiary of LifeWatch AG (SIX Swiss Exchange:LIFE), said today that it will introduce its remote ECG report TeleViewer application for the Apple iPad.
Peska, P.: 1992, Stress indications in the Bohemian Massif: reinterpretation of the borehole televiewer data.