Some articles on sets sold, sold, set, sets:
... Smellie Largely the work of one editor, Smellie 2,000 sets sold 30 articles longer than three pages 2nd 1777–1784 10 volumes, 8,595 pages, 340 plates 1,500 James Tytler Largely the work of one editor ... by Millar and Andrew Bell's heirs EB rights sold to Archibald Constable supplement to 5th 1816–1824 6 volumes, 4,933 pages, 125 plates1 Macvey Napier Famous contributors recruited, such as Sir ... such as Sir David Brewster, Thomas de Quincey, Antonio Panizzi 5,000 sets sold 8th 1853–1860 21 volumes, 17,957 pages, 402 plates separate 239-page index ...
... The prices of digital TV receivers and set-top boxes are fastly decreasing ... The TV sets being sold in Uruguay seem to be closer to ATSC HDTV-based standards (60 Hz systems, with ATSC tuners in some cases) ... Most of the analog TV sets sold are PAL-N, PAL-M and NTSC capable, while most DVD players are multiregion ...
... While HDTV-ready TV sets are available at the country, a few factors seem to constrain the development of the new technology in the near term Prices for LCD ... been few examples, if any, of CRT-based HDTV sets ... High prices for HDTV sets do not help ...
Famous quotes containing the words sold and/or sets:
“It was the bad ax-helve someone had sold me
Made on machine, he said, plowing the grain
With thick thumbnail to show how it ran
Across the handles long-drawn serpentine,
Like the two strokes across a dollar sign.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“It provokes the desire but it takes away the performance. Therefore much drink may be said to be an equivocator with lechery: it makes him and it mars him; it sets him on and it takes him off.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)