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  • adverb In an audiovisual way; through sound and image.

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Examples

  • This seems to me far more revealing, "audiovisually," than archive material could possibly be.

    'The Memory of Justice': An Exchange

  • However, the last time I saw a scene as imaginative audiovisually as the Troll bridge market was the infamous bar scene in the original Star Wars.

    Sound Off: Hellboy II: The Golden Army - What Did You Think? « FirstShowing.net

  • Whatever transpired in this room would be transmitted audiovisually to several points on the ship where Pike and Number One, Orloff, and all the Vulcans on board would receive it.

    Vulcan’s Glory

  • Whatever transpired in this room would be transmitted audiovisually to several points on the ship where Pike and Number One, Orloff, and all the Vulcans on board would receive it.

    Vulcan’s Glory

  • Whatever transpired in this room would be transmitted audiovisually to several points on the ship where Pike and Number One, Orloff, and all the Vulcans on board would receive it.

    Vulcan’s Glory

  • Since art that is documented externally - painted on a canvas, printed on a page, recorded audiovisually - can be archived and presented many times in a theoretically pristine state, it could be construed as the more lasting document.

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  • First off - it's very pretty and very solid - audiovisually it's the bees knees.

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