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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A movement within the Church of England, originating at Oxford University in 1833, that sought to link the Anglican Church more closely to the Roman Catholic Church.

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Examples

  • The BBC Persian documentary "The Ayatollah's Seal" was jammed by Iran on Eutelsat's W3A satellite in September, leaving images scrambled and incomprehensible.

    In Skies Over Iran, a Battle for Control of Satellite TV

  • For its TV channel, the BBC rented a frequency on Eutelsat's Hotbird, the most popular satellite in Iran for TV watchers.

    In Skies Over Iran, a Battle for Control of Satellite TV

  • Instead Eutelsat's response was to discontinue broadcasting BBC Persian and VOA Persian on the most accessible and popular satellite, Hotbird6, and to move them to less accessible satellites.

    Broadcasting Tehran's Repression

  • Unless there are specific US built hardware on Eutelsat's satellites, then I am failing to see the concern here.

    Its Saber Rattling Time Again - NASA Watch

  • Eutelsat's recent decision to stop distributing al-Aqsa on only one of its satellites is not sufficient compliance, and Eutelsat should be held accountable for its continued broadcasting of al-Aqsa.

    Jihad TV in Europe

  • Eutelsat's gambit is especially controversial because the company is a major supplier of commercial satellite capacity to the Pentagon and other U.S. agencies in the Mideast.

    China to Launch Satellite for France's Eutelsat

  • In Eutelsat's case, officials said, the company also picked the Chinese because it needed to line up a launch quickly to compensate for the recent loss of another of its high-Earth orbit satellites in a malfunction.

    China to Launch Satellite for France's Eutelsat

  • Eutelsat's plans were reported Friday by the publication Space News.

    Satellite Firm Prepares For

  • But the latest effort, according to Chief Executive Giuliano Berretta, means that one advanced satellite -- with a capacity equal to Eutelsat's entire 24-satellite fleet -- can serve as many as two million Internet users.

    Firms Team Up to Offer Internet

  • Prior to Viasat-1, the most powerful commercial telecoms satellite in orbit was Eutelsat's Ka-Sat with a total throughput of some 70 Gbps.

    BBC News - Home

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