phantom group

phantom group

[′fan·təm ′grüp]
(electricity)
Group of four open-wire conductors suitable for the derivation of a phantom circuit.
Three circuits which are derived from simplexing two physical circuits to form a phantom circuit.
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It remains a phantom group, nothing is known about it," Lavrov said.
When an established organization that has been involved in a suit against Chevron Texaco for environmental damages for the past 20 years protested that the new organization had taken its name, the phantom group renamed itself the Frente de Defensa Radical de la Amazonfa.
He explained, "we shouldn't have to try to find ways to limit the Metis right to hunt because of some suspicion that there might be 100,000 out there--this phantom group and phantom numbers.
According to Libertarians, the National Taxpayers Alliance is a phantom group fronted by Let's Fix Our Schools, the backers of Prop.
I urge this committee to fully investigate the connections between individuals who commit crimes in the name of ALF, ELF, or similar phantom groups, and the above-ground individuals and organizations that give them aid and comfort.