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  • noun Attributive form of plasma screen

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Examples

  • I was here years ago when Philips was literally giving out plasma-screen televisions at the bottom of the hill.

    Super-Size Selling at Sundance

  • There are 25 plasma-screen TVs (counting the suite) and the radio broadcast featuring WGN's Pat Hughes and Ron Santo is piped in.

    No. 4: Rooftop seats offer best of both worlds at Wrigley Field

  • Woods is a television junkie, plasma-screen TVs covering the walls of his home, including the bathroom.

    Unplayable

  • A three-foot plasma-screen TV adorned the opposite wall.

    I Am Not A Psychic!

  • A three-foot plasma-screen TV adorned the opposite wall.

    I Am Not A Psychic!

  • Think of them as huge, plasma-screen rumor debunkers.

    Army Complex — Arcade Or Recruiting Center?

  •   Sister Albertine and each of her third grade students lined up and, in less than five minutes, they congregated around Mary, surrounding her as if awaiting an audience with the Pope, attending the concert of a rock star, or maybe just watching a plasma-screen television.

    The Miracle

  • Dunkin 'stores in Korea encourage that kind of lingering with plush orange and yellow chairs, Wi-Fi Internet access and plasma-screen televisions.

    Dunkin' Brands Eyes Asian Expansion

  • I say all this not to have fun at the expense of public intellectuals for lacking some kind of plasma-screen crystal ball, but to note how often cultural critiques that seem to center on the intrinsic properties of a technology are often really grounded in an unduly dim view of human behavior.

    Kill Your Television? Is It Still Alive?

  • A three-foot plasma-screen TV adorned the opposite wall.

    I Am Not A Psychic!

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