high-tension


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high-tension

subjected to, carrying, or capable of operating at a relatively high voltage
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A kite fell on the high-tension wire that passed adjacent to his house.
Addressing Mansourieh residents Saturday evening on the high-tension project, Sayegh said "a handful of locals" had been confronting around 600 members of the Internal Security Forces, tasked with ensuring that the controversial project is completed over the objections of residents.
The contractor expects the electricity company would take necessary steps to move the high-tension lines," said Saeed Bafehaid, director of bridge and tunnel projects at the Jeddah municipality, said in a statement recently.
Under a first phase running until 2012, the consortium would carry out feasibility studies for laying a huge network of high-tension, undersea power lines.
After locating the high-tension problems, Ashworth Factory Service provided solutions to save the processors from unexpected breakdowns.
Using the narrative of a short movie, Oracle unravels a high-tension plot line while highlighting the real-world usage of Oracle Homeland Security solutions.
The beauty of the high-tension approach is that it doesn't need to be performed on every training day.
When we found this site, there was an aqueduct running through it and high-tension power lines overhead,'' he explained.
When O'Ryan writes to inform him of Soto's death (the narrator receives the letter while in the hospital being treated for a liver ailment), he cannot help but be reminded of the story of Lorenzo, a Chilean boy who lost both arms after receiving an electric shock while climbing a high-tension pylon.
Like his best seller, Sleep Demons: An Insomniac's Memoir, Bill Hayes's Five Quarts walks a high-tension wire between the intimate details of his life--chiefly, the medical odyssey he has shared with his HIV-positive partner of 15 years, Steve--and a larger inquiry into the cultural significance of blood, from the history of bloodletting to Leeuwenhoek's 17th-century discovery of red blood cells to an explanation of how Queen Victoria spread hemophilia through the royal families of Europe.
The 60-seat YS-11 aircraft, which was carrying an undetermined number of passengers from Manila, landed safely at the airport after its landing gear snagged high-tension cables near the runway.

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