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equipment used mainly by television studios for converting film images to signals suitable for television transmission.
Purview comes from Anglo-French purveu, purveue, porveu (with other spelling variants) in the legal phrase purveu est (ke) “it is provided (that)” or purveu que “provided that.”..
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Honours seem to be the nature of British life. It's horrible. Maybe I'm mad, but the older I get, the less I want to have honours loaded on me.
Scot, Northern English and NZ a timber or felt cladding placed over the rafters of a roof before the tiles or slates are fixed in place