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adverb & adjective
1Television Cinemaen la pantalla
- And there's lots of fancy overlapping film frames and on-screen cursive text.
- His on-screen persona is generally snide and mean-spirited, and usually not very funny at all.
- Together, these two click, exuding the on-screen chemistry that is vital to the success of a movie like this.
- We've also started to plug the next programme on-screen during the preceding one.
- Of course, it doesn't hurt that chicks dig him both in the audience and on-screen.
- Not only does he have a grating voice, but he merely describes what is going on on-screen when not singing his own praises.
- Viewers will see an on-screen button appear during the show, which they can activate with their remote control to access more information.
- The second explains caddie tips that appear on-screen, which give you tips on how and where to hit your upcoming shot.
- So for a number of years, he received no on-screen credit as cameraman.
- And yet it never occurred to them to go home and use a real gun to act out the on-screen violence.
- How did you assemble your on-screen subjects, namely the factory workers?
- Now, after all, can an actor not make his or her existence on-screen appear pre-destined?
- The on-screen spectacle is not a cinematic fiction of terror; it is terrorism, real and immediate.
- He has good on-screen chemistry with both actors playing the sons.
- The trailer is also included, as well as two on-screen text features: editing notes and a story bible.
- The fold of flesh and film mean that all on-screen signifieds represent nothing of their own essence.
- A lot of self-deprecating to get into the core of the character, he is a fascinating, grand, over the top character in life and on-screen.
- The problem is that the actors seem to be less in synch than their on-screen alter egos.
- This is accessed by clicking on a sword icon that appears on-screen every once in a while.
- Soaps have also seen a significant rise while there has been a steady increase in on-screen violence in films shown on TV.
- There's no keyboard - the device presents a virtual, on-screen pad.
- The remaining buttons are for navigating and making selections on the serviceable on-screen menu.
- It could be as simple as restoring data from a backup or even viewing the password on-screen.
- The analysis of SCE and aberrations was performed on-screen.
- The on-screen menu is adequate, but a little awkward to navigate, although I gave no deduction for it.
- Using this configuration, many of Samus' weapons and abilities are handled via on-screen touch screen options.
- Web pages are selected using an on-screen virtual keyboard.
- The DS is a dual-screened system, with one screen facilitating touch input using either a stylus or an on-screen keyboard.
- The LCD's on-screen menu is well designed and easy to navigate and understand.
- Using a stylus on-screen to manipulate images is very intuitive, like using a pencil or brush to draw and paint.
- Writing short e-mails is practical using the on-screen keyboard, and reading e-mails is fine.
- Digital Terrestrial viewers will be able to view two from the following four interactive streams in full screen via the on-screen menu.
- First, you can view the requirements associated with each page or widget on-screen.
- Along with that, the system uses a piece of middleware called CDS to run the on-screen guide.
- Pay attention to the on-screen help messages and guides as you go through this process.
- The on-screen approach is to send a piece of e-mail that looks like it comes from your company's help desk.
- After all, there's no reason to suffer through an unstyled printout when our on-screen design is so robust.
- This comes with the ability to compare two storage devices on-screen at the same time and that is exactly what we needed for our comparisons.
- Couldn't even tell you the title now and in these days where we use on-screen programme schedules I can't go back and check.
- Installation is a simple matter of following the on-screen instructions.
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