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VIEWERS. Persons appointed by the courts to see and examine certain matters, and make a report of the facts together with their opinion to the court. In practice they are usually appointed to lay out roads and the like. Vide Experts.

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Given the proliferation of big-screen high-definition TVs with crisper images, it may seem odd that an increasing number of viewers are opting to watch their favorite shows on the smaller screens of their computers.
So, for example, there is in most a strong sense of distance, even withdrawal, on the part of the photographer: The viewer quickly becomes aware that a basic protocol of these images rules out precisely the sort of feats of capture--of fast-moving events, extreme gestures and emotions, vivid momentary juxtapositions of persons and things, etc.
We recognize that we have many loyal rural viewers out there who may not fit the traditional definition of a farmer or rancher," Adinamis says.
The imaginative Renaissance viewer, like Goffen herself, would have been open to the nuances of significance and meaning that the imaginal voices of Job and God suggest.
Representing a unique service among local independent broadcasters, "9 ON LINE" affords Channel 9 viewers the opportunity to directly communicate with the station's news department, whether to offer personal views, respond to surveys, address key issues of the day and/or to request specific information of importance to their neighborhoods or the region as a whole.
With our superior platform and rate of viewer growth, we're well-positioned to partner with companies who share our vision for the future.
On the whole, the works produced by the artists ignoring the viewer-participants seemed to be the most successful ones, proving that while the viewer is a crucial element in the process, her role takes center stage after rather than before or during a work's creation.
As the networks are about to kick off their portion of the semi-annual Television Critics Association press tour - starting Tuesday with the WB - it's become apparent that each has assumed a distinctive approach to luring viewers.
All the publicity about the transformation inspired viewer curiosity.
As the viewer approached, a static image on a small LCD screen showed a man stranded on a rock in midstream close to the edge of Niagara Falls; when the viewer turned away from the screen, a tripped sensor set the image into motion, and poor Avery gets swept over the falls.
With INSTA, TVLocalSearch and TVCallME, a viewer can click a single button on their standard TV remote control and pull up a media center-like menu that offers a variety of products and services - ranging from news, games, fantasy sports scores, traffic, shopping and entertainment to billing applications.
Comprising twelve works scattered throughout the city, "Superspace," 1999, established a network of experiences through which the artist, the viewer, and the city could connect.