TVOG

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AcronymDefinition
TVOGThe Voice of Germany (TV show)
TVOGTime Value of Options and Guarantees
TVOGTurner Valley Oil and Gas, Inc. (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
TVOGThose Voiceover Guys (Australia)
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The 31-year-old former Ysgol Maes Hyfryd pupil entered the world stage for the first time when she appeared on The Voice of Germany.
As the voice of Germany, Deutsche Welle carries weight here."
The web has also scored with inhouse productions like legal-eagle skein "Danni Lowinski" and cop show "Der letzte bulle" (The Last Cop) as well as entertainment formats like "The Voice of Germany." Sat.l's share remained nearly unchanged in 2011, rising from 10.1% to 10.2% among total viewers and reaching 10.6% among the key demo.
Imtiaz Gul, a journalist working for the Voice of Germany who was inside hotel, said the blast was preceded by gunfire by an armed man who killed security guards at the main gate.
A substantial introduction summarizes current theories of collective memory and outlines Schmitz's two prime concerns: the shift towards a 'historicization' of the Nazi period in contemporary portrayals, including a greater emphasis on individual experience, and the absence of the voice of Germany's Jewish victims in the literature of the perpetrator nation.
His visit, however, was cancelled following statements made by President Lee to the Voice of Germany radio on July 9, 1999 that relations between the P.R.C.
Imtiaz Gul, a journalist working for the Voice of Germany, who was inside hotel, said the blast was preceded by gunfire by an armed man who killed the security guards at the main gate to bulldoze the truck inside the hotel.