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astel

[′as·təl]
(mining engineering)
An overhead boarding or arching in a mine gallery.
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Astel is utilising the Middle East beam on SES WORLD SKIES' NSS-6 spacecraft to deliver Internet access, e-mail and VoIP telephony services at speeds of up to 2048Kb/s to National Railway Company passengers travelling the 1,300 kilometre route between Kazakhstan's largest city, Almaty, and its capital, Astana.
Other shady characters to look out for in the series include straight-talking fellow Sergeant Rick Astel, who gets off on the wrong foot with Cole but will no doubt end up as his ally and new best mate.
71) The dialogue in Trissino's Il castellano takes place in Rome, in the papal fortress of C astel Sant'Angelo, with Giovanni Rucellai, Clement's castellan, appearing as one of the interlocutors.
iii 7) ist weniger glucklich gewahlt, da astel i=i=s "seine Frau" durch das Possessivpronomen -i- determiniert wird.
TTNet attributed the operating revenue dip to a revenue shrinkage at its division in charge of personal-handy phone system (PHS) operations, known under the Astel brand.
Die Zahl der altesten russischen Lehnworter belauft sich tatsachlich auf etwa 135, wie etwa aken 'Fenster', astel 'Stachel', hirs 'Balken', hurt 'Windhund, Windspiel', ike 'Joch', jaam 'Bahnhof, Station', kabak 'Kneipe, Schanke', kalits 'Tasche', kaltsad 'Hosen', kama 'Getrank aus Sauermilch mit grobem und gerostetem Getreidemehl', karman 'Tasche' u.
Tiny Astel Nawzad, six, who arrived in Sighthill just over a year ago spoke for many of the refugees as her dad, Assi and his friends struggled to find words to describe their feelings.
Karl Astel, the virulently antisemitic president of Jena University and advocate of the murder of psychiatric patients, banned smoking everywhere on campus and became legendary for snatching cigarettes from the mouths of delinquent students.
With: Gael Bordier, Charles Aivar, Virginie Astel, Patrick Athenor, Kamel Bouzid, Lionel Chevalier, Miguel Escobar, Bernardo Garcia, Delphine Lalizout, Lionel Pariente.
Kyushu Telecommunication and Astel Kyushu will both hold a board
A dedicated Nazi who committed suicide in April 1945, Astel thought that opposition to tobacco was a "national socialist duty" (p.
4) Astel, a Plank, has some affinity with this, (as observed by Mr Lye)(5) so has the modern word Stile(6) among Joiners; signifying an upright piece, or slip,(7) which goes from the bottom to the top between(8) the pannels of a Wainscot.