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  • n. A television broadcaster

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a television broadcaster


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  • Ted Elheimer, the West Coast telecaster, came on the screen from San Francisco.

    Golden State

  • Since the signal was from Florida, he fully expected Kane, the Key West telecaster, to appear.

    Golden State

  • The face of Kane, the Florida telecaster, came into view on the screen.

    Golden State

  • The young scientist walked to the videophone, flicked on the New York circuit, and got Rick Dalton, his Northeast telecaster.

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  • Again, expect the crazed usurper to give a good speech tonight as a professional telecaster and repeat beauty queen.

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  • She is a professional telecaster so it should be a cakewalk for her.

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  • She's a telecaster and beauty queen as I keep saying so she knows know how to deal with questions she doesn't even understand and not lose her poise.

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  • Your comment that she'll do well in debates is right; she's a profesional telecaster and it really shows.

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  • Gomes was a noted scholar, polyglot writer, poet, translator, broadcaster and telecaster, and has over 40 published books to his credit.

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  • He was twelve or thirteen when The Body was a telecaster for the XFL but never watched any of the games.

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