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- n. Plural form of channel.
- n. Formal lines of command and procedure.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of channel.
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- n. official routes of communication
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God's favor, like a river whose waters are conducted in channels, is distributed to all parts of His Church. most High -- denoting His supremacy (Ps 17: 2).
Miro combines BitTorrent (fast downloads), VLC (play any video format) and RSS (subscribe to video in "channels" and have new episodes downloaded directly to your desktop as they're published).
Managing the blog and our other HOK Network channels is a team effort for our Corporate Communications group.
The closed nature of Apple's app channels is a different argument, and one I generally agree with, but knocking it because it doesn't mimic the interface it's intended to replace is silly. blog comments powered by Disqus publicola nerds
The blocking of TV news channels is probably done region by region, although it might be left to the individual cable TV providers.
You can get over 300 TV channels from the internet in the next 3 minutes flat.
Watching news on online TV channels is a very simple thing.
One of these channels is American Movie Classics (AMC).
This is because there are thousands of free world TV stations that have put up portals to watch their channels from the internet.
Now, after just a year, Verizon Fios has notified us that it is cutting ten (10) channels from the original line up.
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