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te lee

  • n  an electronic device that receives television signals and displays them on a screen
    the British call a tv set a telly

  • The city is alive with birds (girls) and beatles, buzzing with minicars and telly stars, pulsing with half a dozen separate veins of excitement.
  • From what I saw on telly the fans were disappointed but still ready to congratulate Germany.
  • That made the habit official, and every seven years since the British telly audience has watched the tykes grow up and old, take their lumps, fight life to a draw and talk .
News & Articles


  • Paul O Grady in Independent
    O'Grady, 53, commented: "I thought it was a wind-up. I'm the last person, I'd have thought, who would be given an MBE. What have I done to deserve it? I've just sat there night after night banging out telly."
  • Chris Gayle in Sydney Morning Herald
    Benn wasn't involved in that. If you watch the telly you saw who made physical contact : we will be discussing it with the match referee,Gayle said. "You might have seen something different on telly : As a captain, you just try to get on...
  • Alastair Clarkson in Sydney Morning Herald
    You all saw it on the telly, that it is going to be more than a week,Clarkson said. "I don't know whether it is going to be two weeks, four weeks or six weeks. Hopefully he is going to be back sooner rather than later."

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