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metro

, m?tro
an underground, or largely underground, railway system in certain cities, esp in Europe, such as that in Paris

Metro

(1) See Metro interface.

(2) The code name for Microsoft's XPS document format. See XML Paper Specification.
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Alstom has signed a contract with Nanjing Metro to provide traction systems and the train control and monitoring system (TCMS) for 318 metro cars that will run on Nanjing Line 7, the first driverless metro line in the Chinese city.
Summary: Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India] July 15 (ANI/NewsVoir): The beginning of Metro rail service in India can be traced back to 1984 when Kolkata Metro started its operations while opening for commercial services.
this rainy season on home appliance at the Metro Department Stores Rainy Day Appliance Blast.
En Arapo, con el perfil de refraccion sismica de 72 metros de longitud, figura 2A, en sentido NE-SW, utilizando un tendido de veinticuatros (24) geofonos con separacion de 3 metros entre sensores se obtuvo el modelo estratigrafico (figura 3), presentandose un espesor sedimentario somero de 5 metros en promedio y el contraste de velocidades de onda P entre 1,1 Km/s y 2,0 km/s, con un basamento detectable con velocidad de la onda P de 2,7 km/s a 12 metros de profundidad.
IF you believe premises of the Delhi Metro stations are one of the safest places in the city, it's time to rethink.
Still, low-growth metro areas have underperformed and their employment-to-population ratios have declined by about 1 percentage point more than those of high-growth metros.
Metro International, the big publisher of free commuter dailies worldwide, has retreated from the U.S.
Juan Martinez y Roberto Altamirano, cuarto lugar, canoa par 1000 metros, 1968
Interacting with the ministers and citizens of Nagpur, the Prime Minister said: "Today, Nagpur has joined the other cities of the country where Metro service is available.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said it is another major metro milestone.
Summary: New Delhi [India], June 24 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday inaugurated Delhi Metro's Mundka-Bahadurgarh section of Green Line.
P K Sinha also released The Operators Story- a publication by World Bank and Railway and Transport Strategy Centre (RTSC), Imperial College London, on findings of the research on What makes Metros successful.