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Cables and by
* Of Cables and Grips: The Cable Cars of San Francisco, by Robert Callwell and Walter Rice, published by Friends of the Cable Car Museum, first edition, 2000.
Submarine cables in Manx waters are governed by the Submarine Cables Act 2003 ( an Act of Tynwald ).
The armored cables were manufactured in southeast London at a factory in Erith, Kent, owned by Submarine Cables Ltd. ( owned jointly by Siemens Brothers & Company, Ltd, and The Telegraph Construction & Maintenance Company, Ltd ).
Cables can be securely fastened and organized, such as by using trunking, cable trays, cable ties or cable lacing.
However, as Kalb points out in her book, Congo Cables, the record shows that many communications by Devlin at the time urged elimination of Lumumba ( p. 53, 101, 129 – 133, 149 – 152, 158 – 159, 184 – 185, 195 ).
In July 1954, Standard Telephones and Cables was contracted to build the computer, with testing and installation performed by technicians within the School of Physics.
In 1999, Schumacher also directed the music video for " Letting the Cables Sleep " by English rock band Bush.
* Evo Morales: WikiLeaks Cables Reveal " Diplomacy of Empire "-video report by Democracy Now!
Many of the EP's lyrics depicted scenarios drawn from Albini's midwest upbringing, such as " Cables ", which described the slaughtering of cows at a Montana abattoir, and " Pigeon Kill ", about a rural Indiana town that dealt with an overpopulation of pigeons by feeding them poisoned corn.
Eastleigh is home to many businesses, including a manufacturing plant owned by Prysmian Cables & Systems ( formerly the cables division of Pirelli ).
Walter and Miriam Schneir, in a 1999 Nation article about the VENONA materials, " Cables Coming in From the Cold ," remarked on the difficulties of interpretation caused by their hearsay nature ; the many steps between a conversation and the sending of a cable ; language difficulties ; the possibility of imperfect decryption, and concluded " the Venona messages are not like the old TV show You Are There, in which history was re-enacted before our eyes.
Also in 1998, Telecom celebrated 500, 000 mobile customers connected to its mobile network, Southern Cross Cables Limited ( half owned by Telecom ) announced plans to build a fibre-optic cable linking New Zealand with Australia and North America, and Vodafone New Zealand bought BellSouth and started a campaign to attract Telecom customers to its network.
is now Hydro Polymers, Union Carbide was taken over by STC ( Standard Telephone and Cables ) before being taken over by Sanyo for several years, but this has now closed.
At the southern end of the peninsula Enderby's Wharf was occupied by a succession of famous submarine cable companies from 1857 onwards, including Glass Elliot, W T Henley, Telcon, Submarine Cables Ltd, STC, Nortel and Alcatel.
With the basic steel pipe for HAMEL supplied by Stewarts & Lloyds of Corby, manufacturing of the final system was carried out by Siemens Brothers at Woolwich, Henley's at North Woolwich, Callender's at Erith and Standard Telephones and Cables at Greenwich.
The basic idea of Oboe was dreamt up by Alec Reeves of Standard Telephones and Cables Ltd, and implemented in a partnership with Frank Jones of the TRE and had as part of the team Dr Denis Stops who later became a leading physicist at the University College London.
System X was developed by the UK Post Office ( later to become British Telecom ), GEC, Plessey, and Standard Telephones and Cables ( STC ) and first shown in public in 1979 at the Telecom 79 exhibition in Geneva Switzerland.
The fourth bridge was constructed from prefabricated sections designed by A. M. Hamilton in 1930 ; built by Callender Cables Ltd, it was called the Callender-Hamilton Bridge.
The Southern Cross Cable, operated by Bermuda company Southern Cross Cables Limited, is a trans-Pacific network of telecommunications cables commissioned in 2000.

Cables and Wikileaks
" Wikileaks Cables Reveal China ' ready to Abandon North Korea '" The Guardian, 29 Nov. 2010.

Cables and include
Cables for direct burial or for exposed installations may also include metal armor in the form of wires spiralled around the cable, or a corrugated tape wrapped around it.

Cables and her
Her second volume, Cables to Rage ( 1970 ), which was mainly written during her tenure at Tougaloo College in Mississippi, addressed themes of love, betrayal, childbirth and the complexities of raising children.

Cables and one
* Cables connecting one communications closet to another, sometimes referred to as riser cable.
* Cables connecting one building to another.
Cables usually bring a large number of drop wires from all over a district access network to one wire center or telephone exchange.
In 1936, the US-based Insulated Power Cables Engineers Association specified a wrapping of duck tape as one of many methods used to protect rubber-insulated power cables.
It is one of the landing points for the Southern Cross telecommunications Cables.
The cable was manufactured in two parts: one section at BICC in Erith and the other at Pirelli Cables in Southampton.
Cables were often soldered in place at one end.
Several have been built in recent years ( one is at Cables in Western Australia ), and there is widespread enthusiasm in the global surfing community for additional projects.

Cables and most
The industrial tissue of the department of Ain is also a result of its metal processing ( cables, wire drawing, electrical wires ) and engineering industry ( automobile industry, France's most important site for truck production ) as shows the presence of several major companies in this sector ( Tréfileurope, Alcatel Cables, Renault Trucks ).
Cables are arranged on poles with the most dangerous cables, that is, those carrying power, strung highest.
Cables intended for underground use or direct burial in earth will have heavy plastic or metal, most often lead sheaths, or may require special direct-buried construction.
Originally built in the 1880s by the Telegraph Manufacturing Company, as the Britannia Telegraph Works, the factory was used to manufacture cables, and was most recently owned by BICC Electronic Cables.
Cables are attached to the RBs which are usually smaller, faster, capable of extreme maneuvers since there is no actual pilot within the RB itself compared to cordless ; yet through the series whenever cordless and cord RBs are in combat a cordless RB is victorious, this may merely be because of the relative skill of most cordless pilots.

Cables and together
Cables patterns tend to draw the fabric together, making it denser and less elastic ; Aran sweaters are a common form of knitted cabling.

Cables and with
The Half Dome Cables Route hike runs from the valley floor to the top of the dome in ( via the Mist Trail ), with of elevation gain.
* Southern Cross Cables to New Zealand, Hawaii and the US mainland with a capacity of 620Gbit / s, with planned upgrade in Q2 2012.
* Southern Cross Cables to Fiji, Hawaii and the US mainland with a capacity of 620Gbit / s, with planned upgrade in the Q2 2012.
Another local firm, Callender's Cables ( Later British Insulated Callender's Cables ) supplied the world with high-class cable and also laid an underwater pipeline across the English Channel ( see Submarine communications cable ).
Cables sold as RJ11 often use 6P4C RJ14 connectors ( six position, four conductor ), with four wires running to a central junction box.
Albini's touring schedule with Shellac did not allow time for the band to rehearse a full set, so they instead played a short set of four songs: " Cables ", " Dead Billy ", " Pigeon Kill ", and " Racer-X ".
Cables buried in walls must also be RCD protected ( again with some specific exemptions ).
Instead he found work with Standard Telephones and Cables, later joining Queen Mary College where he gained a PhD, subsequently becoming a lecturer there in 1961.
Cables with 3P + N + E connectors
In August 2007, SC Cables contracted with Alcatel-Lucent to upgrade the cable to 660 Gbit / s by the end of the first quarter 2008 and to 860 Gbit / s by the end of 2008, with future upgrade also by Alcatel-Lucent to 1. 2 Tbit / s in May 2010.
Cables for power distribution of 10kV or higher may be insulated with oil and paper, and are run in a rigid steel pipe, semi-rigid aluminum or lead sheath.
He currently performs with his own groups The Watts Project and the Jeff " Tain " Watts Quartet, as well as the great pianists McCoy Tyner, The George Cables Project, and Geri Allen.
That required a good site but by the early 1960s radically new aerial designs for the ILS transmitters developed by Standard Telephones & Cables ( ST & C ) improved ILS to an extent that leader cable could be dispensed with.
" They achieved further success with three more albums and hit singles such as " Swallowed ," " Greedy Fly ," " The Chemicals Between Us ," " Letting the Cables Sleep ," and " The People That We Love.
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