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utility pole

An outdoor pole installed by a telephone or electric utility company for the support of conductors and other electric or telephone equipment.
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At the crash site yesterday afternoon, a telegraph post, which had been demolished by the impact, lay at the side of the road.
Alex Bozman, prosecuting, said: "The vehicle collided with a telegraph post, causing damage to the street furniture.
Pearl said family and friends also intended to attach flowers to a telegraph post, which stands at the spot where the toddler died.
Reporter Leona O'Neil from the Belfast Telegraph posted video interviews with Gary Middleton the DUP's former deputy mayor of Londonderry and Martin Reilly of the Social Democratic and Labour Party close to the scene.
Saughall FC (Danny Whitehead 2, Owen Kelsey, Scott Nickson, Adam Winstanley) disposed of Lions FC (Samir Al Gamri) with a comfortable 5-1 result, Telegraph posted a 2-1 win at FC Vineyard in Division One with an own goal and a Danny Kendall effort, Callum Hughes replied for the home team.
Rush on the other hand is a 24-player game mode where users must find and destroy their enemy's Telegraph Posts.
Held on closed country roads lined with trees, stone walls and telegraph posts, these races pit men against each other in the ultimate test of nerve and skill at speeds of up to 200 miles per hour.
Motorcycle road racing is regarded as one of the most dangerous of all sports as riders compete at up to 320kph on country roads, often lined with trees, telegraph posts and walls.
You can view the above video of Safe falling (around the 17-second mark,) which has reached more than (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=UAFBMRgJkl4) 40,000 views on YouTube since The Telegraph posted the clip Thursday.
Years ago, blokes with a few bob or a family garage, a love of speed and, let's be honest, a bit of a death wish - crash barriers were in the shape of walls, trees and telegraph posts - flung racing cars around tracks for fun as much as anything.
Although Ron and Ruby now live in Gloucestershire they regularly return to Coventry to meet family and friends, and keep up to date with the city news by having the Evening Telegraph posted to them at their home in Thornbury!