cable bridge


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cable bridge

[′kā·bəl ‚brij]
(electricity)
A rubber tube that encloses cables running over a floor or other surface.
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Puram Cable Bridge, Horamavu Agara Lake to Ramamurthy Nagar Main Road via Horamavu Agara, Jayanthinagara at Kalkere Main Road, VIBGYOR High School, Raghavendra Circle at T.
Demonstrators blocked traffic along the cable bridge as they slowly marched from Pasco toward Kennewick.
3km long and 36m wide, Abu Dhabi's Hodariyat Bridge, the largest stay cable bridge in the UAE, stands as a testament to human engineering.
The island itself was connected with the mainland by two new bridges unique to Russia, where no cable bridge of such length had ever been built before.
A cable bridge which was built in 1986 has been destroyed, and Mohammad Juma Elmi, Kung's district chief, said there was no budget to build a new one.
The clip, which has been up on the website for four months, clearly shows locations such as the Boyne Cable Bridge as the driver shoots by.
Announcement of competition: Replacement of heating in operation openings in Smithy Hagen tunnel and light, cable bridge, cables and panel installations in Hamang tunnel.
Iran has inaugurated the Middle East's longest cable bridge in the provincial capital of Ahvaz, the country's state news agency announced on Thursday.
A dweller of the area, Hazrat Shah, said before they had to cross the river in small ships or with support of Cable Bridge.
It is thought she may have been drugged as she passed through various countries and told gardai she remembers being driven down the M1 from Dublin to Drogheda and crossing the new Boyne cable bridge.
The company also offers engineering and design services for unique applications such as stay cable bridge suspension systems.
220-kV cable termination and cable bridge to KFB; c.