exchange line

exchange line

[iks′chānj ‚līn]
(electricity)
Line joining a subscriber or switchboard to a commercial exchange.
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Tyne and Fear (white shirts) and New York Shock Exchange line up before their Mohawk Valley Cup final in New York.
As you get closer to the exchange, teams crowd the exchange line and cheer you on.
Earlier, PT Semen Padang received non cash loan facility in the form of ceiling of import letter of credit valued at US$ 25 million and foreign exchange line facility at US$ 5 million.
CONSIDER THIS POST-HOLIDAY SCENARIO: You go to return something you received for Christmas, and when you finally get to the front of the exchange line after waiting 20 minutes, a smirking face behind the counter condescendingly tells you that "all you needed to do is pick out the right size and exchange it at the regular checkout counter.
According to the company, the new plan enables businesses to have a virtual network that includes their existing landline and company mobile numbers, using indirect access to their existing exchange line.
Areas like this need a way out for most young men, who might otherwise find themselves in the labour exchange line dreaming of what might have been.
In conjunction with this, we will soon be able to offer the region's first IP Exchange Line service, thus delivering a cost-effective, scaleable and flexible alternative to traditional analogue and ISDN connectivity which will enable local businesses to benefit from increased telephony performance, free inter-site calls, reduced hardware costs and the opportunity to be geographically independent.
The sacked (oops, resigned) McCarthy must have known that from the moment Roy Keane spat verbals in his direction days before the World Cup showcase, it was only a matter of time before he was back in the labour exchange line.
BT's quarterly business exchange line rental will also see a price rise of 85p to pounds 38.
During the 1970s, SSA callers would dial a local office or regional "teleservice center," usually through a toll-free number or a foreign exchange line.
The UK telecommunications market research report by MBD covers the fixed, or PSTN services, (which includes call and exchange line revenues, both for residential and business users); mobile telephony, which consists of revenues derived from connections, calls and charges; and other telephony, which mainly consist of private leased circuits and fixed interconnect revenues.
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