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central station

An office to which one or more types of alarm systems in a building are connected; operators monitor and provide supervisory control of these systems; may be provided with direct lines to fire or police departments, or to other outside agencies.
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Newcastle Central Station remains a stunning building and one of the finest in the city with its neoclassical frontage and its triplecurved roof.
Brussels Central Station was evacuated and was closed for Tuesday morning as armed patrols, including two bomb disposal units, surrounded the station.
Partnering with Kidz Central Station was an obvious choice for us," said Pamela Wolf, founder and CEO of NY Kids Club.
The three-storey Central Station highlevel building fronted a 65ft-high arched shed where trains arrived and departed.
Mace CS is established in remote video monitoring, traditional alarm monitoring, medical alert (PERS and facility) monitoring, and other specialty services and security products and the central station provides monitoring services for about 70,500 accounts on behalf of about 490 dealer clients in the US.
The Samsung Central Station is equipped with multiple connections such as HDMI, USB, ethernet/LAN, RGB and audio.
Work presses ahead on the reconstruction of Central Station underground, in the mid-1970s Ticket collectors Bill Barber, left, above, and Tommy Roberts, with 75 years of railway service between them, ponder the demolition of Liverpool Central Station, in September, 1971; and, left, Central Station in the early 1950s, with the blitzed Lewis''s store being rebuilt at far left The interior of Central Station is exposed to the daylight as the old station buildings are demolished A 21-year-old art student, John Robins, sketches a near-deserted Central, in the early 1960s t student, John Robins, sketches a ted Central, in the early 1960s
The publication of By Grand Central Station inaugurated a multifaceted and shifting biographical project with which Smart was compelled to co-operate, as critics asked her either explicitly or implicitly to publicize details of her life insofar as they related to her book.
Locked into a quintet of circulation concourses, the bridge buildings span a central station hall.
OzVision of Woburn, Massachusetts, has introduced the OzLine 2CS, a low-cost, two-channel video digital dialer for central station video monitoring services.
During the 1970s and 1980s, Anna went underground at Grand Central Station to save 300 cats.
Grand Central Station: On September 2 about 150 members of Housing Works suddenly converged in Grand Central Station for a demonstration, with balloon banners and a banner drop reading, "America Has AIDS.

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