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A brief, recorded, viewable file linked to a website or an electronic message used to educate students or to relay visual information, e.g., from real-time ultrasonography or angiography, from one user to another.
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Whether it's favorite network shows, movies, YouTube and other online clips, or the latest cool new app whatever you want to watch, whenever you want to watch, it's all on your Sony Internet TV powered by Google TV.
It is no surprise that Robert's composition, featured in the film's sound track, outnumbers Clara's one hundred to one in contemporary online clips.
5) To illustrate the same point, I have thought of using some of the online clips of scenes from Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress ride that was first designed for the 1964 World's Fair.
Online clips, distributed via their own websites as well as third party platforms, are likely to be used to spark interest in their shows.
However, she has now apparently been told to pull the plug on the online clips.
Starting with some 1,200 titles from its 28-year history, the festival will provide online clips from hundreds of rare and independent Jewish-themed films and offer a select number of titles for full viewing.
I've tried eBay and amazon without success and can't even find any online clips.
But the ease of uploading video and the overwhelming numbers of online clips present huge problems for schools since offensive and even grossly pornographic content can get online before site owners have a chance to isolate or delete such films.
Channel Bee's partnership with Move Networks is a key differentiator for it in the Internet television market, as Lovejoy personally demonstrates in one of its viral online clips being used to promote the launch of Channel Bee.
Tanveer Ahmed, 32, travelled 250 miles from Bradford to Glasgow after seeing online clips posted by Asad Shah, 40.
The gun killer, who called himself Abu Abdullah, also spoke with a London accent and has appeared in online clips calling on British Muslims to fight.
The ubiquitous Flash video player will soon support the same technology behind next-generation, high-definition DVDs - but don't expect online clips to look great on giant television screens for some time.

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