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telecast
To broadcast (a program or programs) by television.
anchorperson
In radio and television, the narrator of a news broadcast in which several correspondents give their reports.
cablevision
Cable televison.
sitcom
A humorous television series with continuing characters.
miniseries
A sequence of episodes that make up a televised dramatic production.
video
The visual part of a television broadcast or signal as distinguished from audio.
telethon
A long, continuous program, usually to raise funds for charity.
remote control
Control of an activity, process, machine, etc., from a distance, especially by radio or by electricity.
day care
The providing of daytime supervision, training, or medical services for children of preschool age or for the elderly.
skateboard
A short, narrow board having a set of four rollerskate wheels mounted under it.
cassette
1. A lightproof case containing a roll of film that can be inserted directly into a camera. 2. A small case containing magnetic tape for use in a tape recorder, in certain electric typewriters, etc.
audio-visual
Of or pertaining to educational materials, such as filmstrips or recordings, that make use of electrical devices to present information in both visible and audible form.
aerobics
A system of physical conditioning that involves vigorous exercise, as calisthenics, combined with dance routines.
granola
Rolled oats mixed with various ingredients, such as dried fruit, brown sugar, and nuts, used especiallly as a breakfast cereal.
racquetball
A court game that is identical to handball but utilizes a short racquet and a larger, softer ball.
Velcro
A trademark for a fastening tape used for cloth products.
condominium
An apartment building in which the individual apartments are owned by the tenants.
contact lens
A tiny lengs designed to correct a defect in vision, worn directly on the cornea of the eye and practically invisible when in place.
paramedic
A person who assists a highly trained medical professional, as a laboratory technician or nurse.
snowmobile
A vehicle that is essentialy a motorized sled, used for traveling over ice and snow.
simulcast
To broadcast simultaneously by FM and AM radio or by radio and television.
demographics
Data related to the characteristics of human populations, such as size, growth, density, distribution, and vital statistics, used especially to identify consumer markets.
triathlon
A race consisting of three parts: cross-country running, long-distance swimming, and long-distance bicycling.
biodegradable
Capable of being decomposed by natural biological processes.
discotheque
A nightclub that offers dancing to amplified recorded music.