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The president's speech was broadcast on network television.
The Fox cable network competes with the traditional television networks such as NBC and CBS.
The university is developing a network of contacts with all its graduates.
We have a nationwide network of financial advisers.
All office workers have access to a computer network.
They have an information network linked to more than 16,000 libraries.
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relating to the Sun, or coming from the Sun
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