Examples of television in a Sentence
people who turn on the television the minute they walk in the door
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But still: The vast damage from Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey is occurring on national television just as the federal flood-insurance program is up for reauthorization.
The night after his release, Diosdado Cabello, a senior member of Maduro’s inner circle, released a video on national television.
These days, the show is regarded as a cultural touchstone, part of a 90s golden age where black sitcoms ruled television.
At the same time, mirrors in the bathrooms are now inset with hidden televisions, and the wireless internet connection is powerful and free, still unusual in 21st-century Europe.
With A-list film actors heading to the small screen in droves and some of our favorite television veterans making big comebacks for reboots, networks and streaming services are paying top dollar.
There were even nighttime drills where people were instructed to turn off the lights and televisions at their homes to deter an imaginary attack by North Korean bombers.
Between television, Skype and wireless phone chargers, the great prognosticator would find our modern world pleasingly familiar.
The television station says police have surrounded a bar called Rey de Istanbul.
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