DTV

(redirected from Day Television)
AcronymDefinition
DTVDigital Television
DTVDeutscher Taschenbuch Verlag
DTVDirecTV, Inc.
DTVDesign to Value (product development)
DTVDesktop Video
DTVDurf te Vragen (Dutch: Dare to Ask)
DTVDesktop Videocard
DTVDirect to Video
DTVDvi to Vga
DTVDirect Television
DTVDue to Void
DTVDay Television
DTVDisque Tu Veux (France)
DTVDisc Thickness Variation (automotive disc brakes)
DTVDurchschnittliche Tägliche Verkehrsstärke (German: Average Daily Traffic Volume)
DTVDigital Thermostatic Valve (Kohler)
DTVDenton Television (Denton, TX)
DTVDistribution Turnkey Vendor (sales tracking software)
DTVDriver's Thermal Viewer
DTVDual Tracked Vehicle
DTVDeutscher Tanzsportverband Ev (German Dancing League)
DTVDistributed Training Vehicle
DTVDirect to Vendor
DTVDeutscher Terminhandel Verband EV (German futures trading association)
DTVDynamic Test Vehicle
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History might not be Sien Harris' best subject but she should know Machynlleth - which she has little knowledge of - was the seat of the first Welsh Parliament established by Owain Glyndwr 600 years ago this year and as the subject of a St David's Day television programme it would interest most Welsh people.
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It savaged Finn as he watched Christmas Day television at around 8pm with his mum, dad and nine-year-old sister.