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  • n. Plural form of videoscreen.

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Examples

  • Elliott described a cardiologists' conference where four large videoscreens are showing surgery live.

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  • With their videoscreens dark, their lives disrupted, the people were willing to listen when street speakers like Ralakkai offered an alternative.

    A CALL TO DARKNESS

  • Appreciated its drama, which would no doubt hold the masses enthralled in front of their videoscreens.

    A CALL TO DARKNESS

  • The other side of the bam was a pala - tial apartment, with videoscreens on three walls.

    Split Infinity

  • The many videoscreens on the walls and the console desk were like huge insidious eyes, glaring at me with a mixture of menace and scorn.

    Mystery of the Anti

  • Around him the circular command center of the super-spaceship Stardust II took on form once again: switch consoles, control panels, videoscreens, chairs and tables emerged from the gray contourless state of hytrans and regained their familiar shape.

    Venus in Danger

  • With giant videoscreens broadcasting new and old animations of the band's four fictional members (created by comic artist Jamie Hewlett), as well as videogame-like landscapes and cameos from Snoop Dogg and Bruce Willis, Albarn functioned as both lead vocalist and ringleader on the stage below, directing an ever-rotating assemblage of crooners, rappers, string sections, gospel choirs and Middle Eastern folk artists.

    Variety.com

  • But after several replays on the massive videoscreens, there was an angle that showed the ball hitting the ground and the Cowboys kept possession.

    Berks county news

  • The US television network CBS Corp is paying to insert wafer-thin videoscreens into the entertainment publication to promote its new season of TV series launching in the autumn, its marketing chief George Schweitzer announced Wednesday, media reports said.

    Gryffindor Gazette

  • Companies spent lavishly on press conferences and parties, taking over the Shrine A.ditorium, Club Nokia, the Wiltern, USC's Galen Center, the Standard hotel and various other high-profile locations in downtown L.A. Big multi-story booths with massive videoscreens, extensive lighting displays and private suites were also back on the show's main exhibit floor.

    Variety.com

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