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outstation

1. a station or post in a remote region
2. Austral a station set up independently of the head station of a large sheep or cattle farm
3. outstation movement Austral the programme to resettle native Australians on their tribal lands
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The situation is calm but the outstation students are seemingly still on protest, Registrar, NIT Srinagar, Fayaz Ahmad Mir told PTI.
In January 2011, banks were given the freedom to fix collection charges for cheques valued above Rs 1 lakh cleared through speed-clearing and outstation cheque clearing mechanism.
The airline said that 13 UAE nationals already hold senior posts in outstations around the world.
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* A DNP3 outstation can use to unambiguously determine it is communicating with a user who is authorized to access the services of the outstation.
Part Three presents the story of the collision of two imaginaries that banged into one-another with the inception of the outstation movement: 'Could this type of state-sponsored [return to] tradition really reconcile countervailing regimes of value drawn from market society and local indigenous life?' [209].
The final chapter, written by Jayl Langub, is, in many ways, the most informative in the picture it presents of the duties and everyday social life of outstation officers.
The King's Own Royal Border Regiment, part of the six-battalion King's Division, will keep Carlisle as an outstation with main HQs in Preston and York.
New appointments to the carrier's commercial outstation management team are Abbas Al Ali (Morocco), Hamza Sharif (Saudi Arabia), Magdi Labib (Kuwait), Manuel Staerkle (Philippines) and Jill Errington (Bangladesh).
What has been missing in this contrived and very public debate, to date, are two things: the voices of outstation residents and an evidence base.
Some accounts suggest outstations run solely by women when, on occasion, the Aboriginal males left an outstation for a ceremony.
The JD VCR has three components--the synthetic battlespace "hub," the CGS "outstation," and the network infrastructure that connects the geographically dispersed outstations to the hub.