- abbr. UK, slang, rare television
“In addition, the GOP will engage in tele-town hall meetings, Web ads, and other grassroots activity over the congressional recess, Gitcho said.”
“If you don't believe me, I can provide video evidence of her face when I cut off the Boobahs while explaining to her that the tele is rotting her developing brain.”
“The Canon can also focus using tele from a shorter distance than Sony.”
“Perhaps the most curious example of that is the word "television" -- where the Greek word "tele" (meaning "afar") is combined with the Latin word "videre" (to see).”
“LUDDEN: Denise is what's called a tele-caregiver, and for two years she's been checking on the Fitzgerald's every evening from way up in Lafayette, Indiana.”
“Television from the Greek word tele, and the Latin word visio, literally means far-sight or far-vision.”
“According to the research firm Aberdeen Group, 63 percent of companies say they will be using video conferencing and so-called tele-presence systems by the end of 2010.”
“A super-high-speed internet could even allow people a world apart to collaborate inside elaborate 3-D virtual arenas, a process called tele-immersion.”
“If you have questions about the symptoms of SARS, call tele help at 1-866 - 797-0000.”
“These four lenses also happen to be the oldest that I own: the 14-54 was the 'kit' lens with my E-1, the macro and the tele were my second and third lenses (probably in that order) and the 11-22 was lens #4.”
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A more narrow version of *e?e by pterodactyl, this one is ?e?e.
good grief, I'm getting irritable.
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