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TV

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for TUVALU.

TV

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Tuvalu. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Tuvaluan bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Tuvalu. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Tuvalu. Each island of the nation has its own code with the prefix "TV." For example, the code for the island of Nui is ISO 3166-2:TV-NIU.
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They said only the violence in the opening sequence (which showed a policeman bleeding profusely after being shot in the back of the head) was strong enough to get a TV-MA, while the bulk of the episode deserved a TV-14.
The three new models are the TV-21AST3, TV-20ST5 and TV-14 ST5.
I have a 12-year-old girl, and I've been letting her watch TV-14, but I have to watch it with her.
The definitive acquisition agreement was executed on April 23, 1999 and ACME acquired on that date the non-FCC license assets of former PCC stations WDPX TV-26, serving Dayton, OH, WPXG TV-14, serving Green Bay, WI and WPXU TV-23, serving Champaign-Decatur, IL.
While more shows with the rating TV-14 (material inappropriate for children under 14) included sexual references, shows in the more acceptable TV-PG range were found to have such references more times per hour.
Only five of the 11 ratings categories are understood by a majority of parents (TV-G, TV-PG, TV-14, V and L; TV-Y, TV-Y7, TV-MA, S, D, and FV are not understood by most parents); -- Less than half of parents know that sitcoms (47%), children's shows (45%), talk shows (43%), or soap operas (21%) are rated; -- Among parents with children under 10, only 17% can name one of the ratings used to identify shows specifically designed for children (TV-Y, TV-Y7), and only 4% know what the rating "FV" means (it stands for "fantasy violence" and is the only rating that indicates whether a children's show contains violence).
There are six in all: TV-Y (fare appropriate for all children), TV-7 (unsuitable for kids under 7), TV-G (general audiences), TV-PG (parental guidance suggested), TV-14 (may be unsuitable for children under 14) and TV-M (mature audiences only).