individual line

individual line

[¦in·də¦vij·ə·wəl ′līn]
(communications)
Subscriber line arranged to serve only one main station, although additional stations may be connected to the line as extensions; an individual line is not arranged for discriminatory ringing with respect to the stations on that line.
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He did these pantograph enlargements on sheets of white cardboard, and made each individual line of the bewildering maze of whorls or curves or loops which consisted of the "pattern" of a "record" stand out bold and black by reinforcing it with ink.
the tender quantities as indicated in individual line items are our one year requirement.
Analysis by the NCA found an individual line can yield annual profits in excess of PS800,000.
The unit captures and syncs a bottle's unique serialized label with its individual line code, making unit-level serialization possible.
Although margins have taken a hit, "The individual line of business has grown the most during the past two years," S&P analysts say.
Master or individual line catalogs from Rice Lake Weigh Systems can be obtained the literature coordinator, 800/472-6703, or as pdf downloads at www.ricelake.com/catalogs.
ZipTour will have four individual line spans, including the sixth-longest zip line span in the United States.
The LabelSync[TM] 450 Vision Module is designed to capture and sync a bottles unique serialized label with its individual line code.
And we can switch off an individual line if something goes wrong.
ProForecast also enables planners to make changes to each individual line of expenses at any point, without affecting the figures that went before it.
Both lines experienced decreases in 2010, but the individual line had a larger decrease (3.8 percent) compared to group (1.9 percent).
Engineers have had to completely replace a section of cable and carry out individual line connections.

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