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pretelecast
 n.— «The Luneys were actually presented with their award—the first of the night—in what the Tony people euphemistically call the “pretelecast.” Which is to say, before anyone outside the 5,900 people at Radio City Music Hall (and the tech-heads who could actually get the streaming video to work on their computers) could see them.» —“Scanning the headlines: the Walker’s brain drain, etc.” by Dominic P. Papatola Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.) June 12, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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