leader cable

leader cable

[′lēd·ər ‚kā·bəl]
(navigation)
A cable used as a navigation aid, in which the path to be followed is defined by the magnetic field produced by current flowing through the cable.
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But Layla Moran -- said to have been favoured by departing leader Cable -- didn't think she should stand after just two years as an MP, and there is no-one else who fits the bill.
Concurrently, Sarawak Cable is finalising the terms and conditions of acquiring 100% in Universal Cable Bhd and Leader Cable Industry Bhd for CNY 210 million from HNG Capital Sdn Bhd.
A 1-foot section of 900-pound cable with three rigging beads is then rigged from the leader cable through the lure and to a pair of 10/0 Mustad 7691 stainless steel hooks.
Acting leader Cable added: "Menzies has earned the respect, affection and gratitude of the party."
The company claims to already have more subscribers in Jamaica than the regional market leader Cable & Wireless, and hopes to overhaul its rival in Barbados too.
It is available with either a 3 1/4 4" x 100' or 125' cable, a leader cable, five cutter blades, a complete set of replacement blades and a retriever tool.
It teamed up with France Telecom earlier this year in an GBP8.2 billion deal to buy the cable TV business of British market leader Cable & Wireless Communications Plc.
Market leader Cable and Wireless, meanwhile, touched a high of 575p before finishing 1p off at 574p, 40p up on the day.
Sarawak Cable Bhd proposed to acquire 100% equity interests in Leader Cable Industry Bhd and Universal Cable Bhd for RM210 million.
The deal values General Cable at pounds 666 million and if it goes through will make Telewest the UK's largest cable company, delivering services to a total of 6.1 million homes - ahead of the current leader Cable & Wireless on 5.8 million homes.
Cable companies, including market leader Cable and Wireless, have been widely viewed as also-rans in the digital television race.