Nemo


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Nemo

A television or radio broadcast that originates some place other than the studio. A prominent example is a sports broadcast, which originates at the field or court of play.
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NEMO RANGERS scorers: A Cronin (0-1), K Fulignati (0-1), A O'Donovan (0-1), L Connolly (0-4, 0-2 frees, 0-1 45), P Kerrigan (0-3), B O'Driscoll (0-3 frees), S Martin (0-1).
Nemo Handy is the world s most widely used handheld air interface test tool providing customers with the best real-time measurement visualization on the handheld market.
In the interim phase, simultaneous PESQ and POLQA measurements are necessary, which is now available in Nemo Outdoor 7.
Mr Jarman said: "This is an exciting and interesting time to be joining Nemo.
Who would ever have thought that Nemo would not be afraid of the dogs?
This combination makes the Nemo an ideal vehicle for anyone running a small business who can't afford the luxury of both a van and a family car.
When he turns to look back at you though you can clearly see he has one fin much smaller than the other, just like Nemo.
She joined Finding Nemo for the UK stretch of the tour and says her family phone her every night and come to see the show whenever they can.
It is the Citroen Nemo, a real cheeky chappie of a commercial which introduces something of a fun element into this intensely competitive businesslike world.
Families joined the ocean-sized adventure of clown fish Nemo, his overprotective father Marlin and their loveable pal Dory at Disney / Pixar's Finding Nemo last night.