high tension


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high tension

[′hī ¦ten·chən]
(electricity)
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Those connections will give you confidence when making initial calls and move your prospects from high tension to high trust because of the "social proof" of the referral.
RUGBY UNION: Scotland coach Frank Hadden admitted he faced a night of high tension while waiting to find out if Nathan Hines would be able to travel with the squad to South Africa.
Ogden says the ReMax uses a guiding system and thin-kerf saw blades under high tension to produce a smooth and glueable surface.
The incident came amid high tension following the shooting of a student last week during clashes in the central Papua district of Paniai.
The boxes were welded up into larger units of five or six, and these prefabricated elements were put together on site with high tension steel bolts.
The pressure belt envelopes the heating drum for the greater part of its circumference and, being under high tension, it presses the material to be vulcanized, laminated or compressed against the heating drum.
An advantage of Torlon 4435 versus steel is "give" that reduces need to adjust parts that operate under high tension.
American actor Tabori, also an accomplished director, charges this story with energy and high tension.
The first Slumberland mattresses produced had 75,000 stitches and consisted of 32 square yards of calico, 2,250 feet of high tension steel wire, 5 yards of tick, 1,780 staples and 4,000 square inches of slumberdown.
It lets filmmakers with some funds pitch their projects before an international panel of broadcasters/buyers in a restricted venue in what we're told is a high tension, ulcer-making ambiance.
Once in place, the tray remains both draught and escape-proof, ensuring the insects are held inside in the event that they are stunned rather than killed by the high tension grid
1017/01 for four lots: including transmission material and equipment; high tension equipment.

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