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a printed and bound work

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an issue of printed material offered for sale or distribution

great extent, amount, or dimension

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the property of something that is great in magnitude

a publication that is one of a set of several similar publications

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a relative amount

the magnitude of sound (usually in a specified direction)

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CTV included all OTT devices as well as Smart TVs and internet-connected game consoles.
En Colombia, el CTV se ha detectado desde el ano 1985 (Aubert et al.
Inside the town a crowd of Tibetans attacked a government building but was repelled by more than 100 heavily armed soldiers holed up inside using tear gas, CTV said.
Scott Lund, CTV Northern Ontario vice-president said it is strange to have the spotlight pushed back on the body that usually covers what the leaders in the audience are doing, but that it was humbling and exciting to get the award all the same.
McConnell said among the improvements is the requirement that the CTV accommodate up to six Marines with their existence loads and three days of food, water, and ammunition.
Chief also offers a CTV Series Mounting System that is perfectly suited to support 25- to 36-inch professional monitors and TVs between 150-300 lbs.
These licenses are for analog broadcast, and if Australia's digital timetable holds firm and all analog transmission ceases in 2008, CTV will go dark.
GP noted that it installed all of the hydrogen generation, storage and dispensing equipment provided by CTV.
Grave financial difficulties" have forced the "take over" of the popular CTV by a new company called the Communications Networks Systems (CNS), reports Caribbean Net News (Dec.
This is where CTV trains local folks to produce their own television shows.
For trade-union organizations, the problem has been even more difficult, given the support for the CTV by international labour organizations (including the ILO).
During the rocket's flight the CTV underwent a series of complicated pre-programmed manoeuvres that demonstrated its real-time aerodynamic control by the autopilot and inertial sensor.
is the star of a special CTV weekly dairy about coping with cancer.
The trade publication Aviation Week and Space Technology reported NASA is looking at paying for the CTV development by using more than half of the $4.
And Alex Chapple, recipient of this year's CTV Fellowship Prize (awarded to successful professionals who were once invited to the fest on CTV fellowships), told me that Banff kick-started his career as a writer