end section


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end section

[′end ‚sek·shən]
(communications)
Additional portion of switchboard added to each end of a large multiple switchboard and used to extend some of the trunks or locals to these end positions to place all jacks within easy reach of the first and last operator. Also known as head section.
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Lenders were attracted to the property's strategic location within the emerging South End section of Stamford and the high-quality sponsorship," said Alascio, a Cushman & Wakefield Managing Director.
AstenJohnson's Ecoflo system is an example of the type of system that measures and records the flows in the wet end section.
Clot said to assemble a multiple pump the shaft end section must have the largest displacement.
On detecting a contaminated carcass the end section of the conveyor drops down and removes the carcass from the production line.
One of the houses creates an attrctive focal point to the development with a tower-style end section providing space for a ground floor study, first floor dressing room and second floor store.
He had been trying to retrieve the end section of his fishing rod.
The 34-1/2-inch end section covers one side of a dishwasher.
The end section includes a handy time chart dealing with date, period, style, and notable buildings and features of the time, and a brief glossary of architectural terms.
Meanwhile, the club is considering reviewing its concessions policy at the Grange End section of Ninian Park from where the potentially-fatal flare was thrown 15 minutes before the end of the game.
This is Stott's second round in office--he served a one-year term as president of the East End Section of the AIA Long Island in 1997.
In a further move towards a truce between the club and its fans, United have pulled out their security force in the troubled Scoreboard End section.
The limitations of what is technically feasible with regard to sound are being demonstrated in the HiFi/High End section of the exhibition in the halls surrounding the Funkturm, Berlin's radio tower.