Telly sentence example

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  • There is a pool table and telly for the sports.
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  • I got a phone call from my dad to say put the telly on, there had been an incident in London.
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  • Recently, realizing we'd have to switch to digital one of these days, we decided to buy a new telly.
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  • I guess these Pharisees wouldn't have even allowed you to turn the telly on.
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  • Let's face it, daytime telly is pretty terrible - like most telly actually.
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  • Kids don't play cricket these days at school, without it on terrestrial telly, what chance do they have to be inspired!
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  • We also spotted board games for use by punters, plus a big telly for sporting events.
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  • It connects to the TV using the Scart and picks up digital telly!
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  • What happens if you're playing with a black and white telly, then?
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  • I go to work, chat to people, watch telly in the evening.
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  • All too often the result is you end up paying for that flat screen plasma telly for thirty years.
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  • Channel 4's recent Top Ten series was, by common consensus, the best Saturday night telly for ages.
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  • And while you're figuring that one out, switch on your telly and watch some American wrestling.
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  • No, the voice of the middle classes gets the yips when old stuff is on the telly.
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  • Slouching in front of the computer or telly can effectively switch off your back muscles.
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  • Recently, realizing we 'd have to switch to digital one of these days, we decided to buy a new telly.
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  • I guess these Pharisees would n't have even allowed you to turn the telly on.
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  • Let 's face it, daytime telly is pretty terrible - like most telly actually.
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  • Kids do n't play cricket these days at school, without it on terrestrial telly, what chance do they have to be inspired !
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  • It connects to the TV using the Scart and picks up digital telly !
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  • What happens if you 're playing with a black and white telly, then?
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  • Traditionally, British telly addicts have had to wait weeks or months to see US shows.
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  • Anyway - what else can you find on telly tonight?
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  • Well I have n't really, only in the sense of the telly program of the same name.
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  • Breakfast telly was all about routine, repetition with a rolling bank of viewers unable to give more than 15 minutes of their time.
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  • And while you 're figuring that one out, switch on your telly and watch some American wrestling.
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  • I love reading and writing, watching movies and, to my shame, I am a hopeless telly addict, especially soaps!
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  • To W magazine on Boy George " Who wants to see that big blob on telly?
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  • Not everyone slumps in front of their telly on a Saturday night or pops down to the pub to get blotto.
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  • And if you find the telly version compulsive, the game should set your adrenaline pumping too.
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  • Seen anyone who is on the telly buying cornflakes out of Tesco?
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  • I am not doing telly - I AM telly.
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  • Great guys, and hilariously funny - they were just like they are on the telly!
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  • Expect to see The Crimea on telly at gone midnight any time soon.
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  • I like comedies and dramas on the telly - dramas seem to be getting much more scarce.
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  • You may want to watch the Telly Savalas interview about his encounter or read more scary true ghost stories about a late night drive.
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  • There are many different places you can find online UK TV guides to help you determine what's on the telly no matter where in the world you are.
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  • The popular Kojack actor, Telly Savalas, had a ghostly encounter in 1959.
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