external line

external line

[ek¦stərn·əl ′līn]
(quantum mechanics)
A component of a Feynman graph (in the diagrammatic presentation of perturbative quantum field theory) describing an incoming or outgoing particle in a scattering.
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6 agreements for the amount of $864.6 million were initialed in the sphere of financial and banking relations, including agreements between the National Bank for Foreign Economic Activity of Uzbekistan and PJSC Sberbank of Russia on the provision of an external line of credit in the amount of $200 million, between AKB "Uzpromstroybank" and PJSC "Gazprombank" on cooperation in the amount of 3.5 billion rubles.
The legacy Kari's oldest daughter is tortured knowing she couldn't save her mum and Kari's family will not rest until a law is passed to ensure hotels let 911 calls go through without the extra 9 to get an external line.
The BDLC extends the SharePoint collaboration, search and knowledge management capabilities as well as the Office user experience to completely include external line of business data and associated processes.
Lufthansa Technik Lufthansa Technik signed two agreements with bmi, extending a base maintenance agreement covering 41 aircraft (25 Airbus A320 family aircraft, two A330s and 14 Boeing 737s) as well as forming a new partnership for line maintenance support at London Heathrow, branded, "bmi, partner of Lufthansa Technik." The partnership will provide line maintenance up to (and including) A checks for narrow and widebody aircraft for LH and bmi as well as for present and future external line maintenance customers at LHR.
Spectrum External Line Inspection Technologies, Inc.
O Spa products include Glow, for the face; Cuerpo, for the body; Homme, for men; the ayurvedic Aromaveda; Holisitics, a traditionally inspired Chinese medicine range; Detox, the internal and external line; and Salon, for hair care.
In addition, the system is supplied with a gas inlet that can be connected to an external line, allowing the user to pressurize the samples with a particular type of gas.
The family of (q+1)-arcs created this way thus contains not only (q+1)-arcs to which the ideal line [L.sup.[infinity]] is a secant (the past) and/or an external line (the future), as in the case of conics (1), but also a unique (q+1)-arc, that composed of [Q.sup.*]\{A} and the point N, having with [L.sup.[infinity]] just one point in common (and standing thus for the present): this aggregate is thus qualitatively identical with a geometrical structure that was in (2) recognized and demonstrated to reproduce remarkably well our ordinary/normal perception of time.
The service administrator can customize buttons to enable employees to navigate to different Internet or intranet sites, such as the company's internal or external line page, or other important Web sites.
The system uses a two-stage pump that supplies 14 gpm to a standard manifold for through-spindle coolant and 40 gpm at 225 psi through an external line on the headstock, which is manually connected by the operator to the ejector drill gland.