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broadcast englannista suomeksi

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broadcast englanniksi

  1. (senseid) Cast or scattered widely in all directions; cast abroad.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-book)|year=1744|pages=48–49|pageurl=|oclc=695977088|passage=And ſuch a double Sowing is of the greateſt Importance; for on the thick Growth of a Crop very much depends on the Bigneſs of it at Harveſt, becauſe, by ſuch a thick Growth, the Weeds are overcome and kept down from hurting the Oats; and, likewiſe, the Heats and Droughts kept the better out from parching up the Roots of the Oats, which, in too thin a Crop, often prove fatal to it; for, when Oats are ſown in the random or broadcaſt Way, there is no more Mold allowed their Roots than what the Harrows and Roll give them; which, at beſt, is but a ſuperficial and moſt thin Covering, and, therefore, the more liable to ſuffer by Droughts, which is different from the Way of ſowing Oats in Drills.

  4. (RQ:Song Chinese in Singapore)

  5. (quote-book) States Forest Service|Forest Service|location=Washington, D.C.|publisher=States Government Publishing Office|Government Printing Office|month=June|year=1931|page=8|pageurl=|oclc=555361538|passage=There must be action on and participation in broadcast methods of public education, face to face, in groups, or by use of the mails. This, however, is of secondary importance to the man-to-man job of education in care with fire in the woods.

  6. Communicated, signalled, or transmitted to many people, through waves or electronic means.

  7. (hypo)


  8. (quote-book), W.1|year=1946|oclc=852117766|newversion=reprinted|location2=Mineola, N.Y.|publisher2=Dover Publications|year2=2005|page2=208|pageurl2=|isbn2=978-0-486-44269-3|passage=For radio-transmission it has been found that certain passages of a rhythmical nature come out more clearly if wooden-headed sticks are used. The Timpani sometimes tend to sound blurred and even to have a blurring effect on the rest of the orchestral ensemble in broadcast music, when ordinary soft sticks are used in a strongly marked rhythm.

  9. Relating to transmissions of messages or signals to many people through radio waves or electronic means.

  10. (quote-web)

  11. Widely in all directions; abroad.

  12. (quote-book)

  13. (quote-book), transl.&93;|chapter=The Illustrious Gaudissart from Provincial Life.|title=The Duchesse de Langeais: With An Episode under the Terror, The Illustrious Gaudissart, A Passion in the Desert, and The Hidden Masterpiece|series=The Comedy of Human Life|location=Boston, Mass.|publisher=Brothers (publishers)|Roberts Brothers, 3 Somerset Street|year=1885|section=chapter I|page=217|pageurl=|oclc=624644332|passage=The commercial traveller, a personage unknown to antiquity, is one of the striking figures created by the manners and customs of our present epoch. (..) Our century will bind the realm of isolated power, abounding as it does in creative genius, to the realm of universal but levelling might; equalizing all products, spreading them broadcast among the masses, and being itself controlled by the principle of unity,—the final expression of all societies.

  14. By having its seeds sown over a wide area.

  15. A transmission of a radio or television programme intended to be received by anyone with a receiver.

  16. {{quote-text|en|date=May 9 1961|author=Newton Minow|title=Television and the Public Interest

  17. (quote-journal)

  18. A programme (bulletin, documentary, show, etc.) so transmitted.

  19. (ant)

  20. (quote-book) Its program consisted of daily half-hour broadcasts, first to Czechoslovakia and then to Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Rumania, and Albania.

  21. The act of scattering seed; a crop grown from such seed.

  22. To transmit a message or signal through waves or electronic means.

  23. (syn)

  24. (quote-book) (w)|chapter=A Surprise|title=The Tower Treasure|series=The Hardy Boys|seriesvolume=no. 1|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=Grosset & Dunlap|date=1 June 1927|oclc=655335582|passage=When the boys reached the business section of Bayport they found that Jackley's confession had already become known. The local radio station had broadcast it in the afternoon news program and people everywhere were discussing it.

  25. (quote-book)|title=The War of the Worlds|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=Cosimo Books|year=2005|page=8|pageurl=|isbn=978-1-59605-167-6|passage=The state of Rhode Island was the scene, on October 30, 1974, of yet another scare involving an adaptation of ''(w)''. Broadcast on radio station WPRO, Providence, the drama frightened listeners across the state. The play began with reporters covering a "meteor crash" near Jamestown, the purported Martian landing site. (..) City fire stations and other radio and TV outlets reported being inundated with inquiries from anxious callers, as was WPRO, which received more than a hundred calls.

  26. (quote-web) will today become the first theatre in the UK to broadcast (w) direct into schools. A production of (w), starring (w) in the title role, is going to be streamed free of charge into classrooms up and down the country.

  27. (quote-song); Roland Spreckley; Henri Antero Salonen; Cirkut; Jason Gill|album=(w)|artist=Ava Max|url=|text=I wanna tell you things and show you all the rest / Broadcast my emotions on the radio and take them off my chest / I hope you're listening / Are you? Are you?

  28. To transmit a message over a wide area; ''specifically'', to send an email in a single transmission to a (typically large) number of people.

  29. (quote-book)|year=1934|section=section III (The International Importance of the October Revolution)|pages=15–16|pageurl=|oclc=254783389|passage=The break with imperialism and the liberation of Russia from the predatory war, the publication of the secret treaties and the solemn abrogation of the policy of seizing foreign soil, the proclamation of national freedom and the recognition of the independence of Finland, the declaration of Russia as a "Federation of Soviet National Republics" and the militant battle-cry of a resolute struggle against imperialism broadcast all over the world by the Soviet government in millions of pamphlets, newspapers, and leaflets in the mother tongues of the peoples of the East and West—all this could not fail to have its effect on the enslaved East and the bleeding West.

  30. (quote-book) in alliance with (w)|year=2014|page=178|pageurl=|isbn=978-1-61291-499-2|passage=However, truth and lies can usually be confirmed or denied by speaking with eyewitnesses of events in order to verify what took place. The amount of time separating the event in question from when it was broadcasted also makes a difference.

  31. To appear as a performer, presenter, or speaker in a broadcast programme.

  32. (quote-book)&93; is most well known in France for her broadcasts on France-Inter, ''Lorsque l'enfant parait''; she broadcasted for twelve minutes every day of the week for two years, answering parents' questions.

  33. (senseid) To sow seeds over a wide area.

  34. (quote-journal).—From the Same Work 5 of the Transactions of the Society.|journal=(w)|location=London|publisher=Printed for (w), in (w)|year=1789|page=80|pageurl=|column=1|oclc=948518154|passage=I ſhall content myſelf, (..) to ſay that the ſeed ſhoud be ſown in the garden, or very good ground, in rows, or broadcaſt, and as ſoon as the plants are of the ſize of a gooſe-quill, to be tranſplanted in rows of eighteen inches diſtance, and eighteen inches apart, one plant from the other: (..)

  35. (quote-journal) (Gardening)|location=London|date=9 November 2013|page=G1|passage=I wanted to grow my own cut flowers for the big day so three months earlier I broadcasted an annual seed mix across a few recently cleared borders.