electric wire

electric wire

[i¦lek·trik ′wīr]
(electricity)
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There was one of the odd-looking machines in each room, so it appears, and the two were connected by an electric wire.
Later, Bell ventured to confide to Hubbard his wild dream of sending speech over an electric wire, but Hubbard laughed him to scorn.
If this astounding news, instead of flying through the electric wires, had simply arrived by post in the ordinary sealed envelope, Barbicane would not have hesitated a moment.
The doctor then separated his electric wires, and every thing was again buried in profound obscurity.
All the journey, immovable in the air though never left behind; plain to the dark eyes of her mind, as the electric wires which ruled a colossal strip of music-paper out of the evening sky, were plain to the dark eyes of her body; Mrs.
His home is a tangle of electric wires, and after bed-time a guest can scarcely breathe without setting off an alarm.
It hangs on every bush, flutters in every tree, is caught flying by the electric wires, haunts every enclosure, drinks at every pump, cowers at every grating, shudders upon every plot of grass, seeks rest in vain behind the legions of iron rails.
According to the reports, a man identified as Murtaza Solangi was electrocuted while touching an electric wire in Soorih Mohalla.
Mohammad of Sahiwal Town were working at an under constructing Patrol Pump near village Karleywala when they received electric shock by touching live electric wire.
The deceased, identified as Bilal Ahmed, touched an electric wire while transferring an electric pole from one place to another.
According to detail electric wire of Sukkur Electric Power Company (SEPCO) fall on a house at village Bago Darro near Bozdar Wada resulted house was completely burnt and due to electric current one youth Ali Sher Panhyar was burnt to death on the spot while three people including Mst Sapna Panhyar, Altaf Panhyar and other received injuries and they shifted to Gambat hospital for treatment.