telephone line


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telephone line

[′tel·ə‚fōn ‚līn]
(electricity)
The conductors extending between telephone subscriber stations and central offices.
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As known, "a clean line" in simplified view (line without unauthorized connections) can be represented as capacity [C.sub.K] between two wires of telephone line. The connection of parallel wiretap in model is represented by capacity [C.sub.W].
When I was eventually able to ring and expect some monies taken off our telephone line the lady I spoke to stated that we could deduct PS7 from bill.
Brian Redford, head of HMRC's agents and employers service improvement programme, said: "Agents have told us that they needed telephone lines that offered the maunique service that catered for their needs.
"I hope they can make navigation of their website clearer for customers to make it easier to contact them by email rather than premium rate telephone lines, and I am assured they plan to."
Telstra's Business Comms Max package consists of Business Broadband Max (up to 8Mb/s), analogue telephone line rental and 500 free minutes to any UK phone numbers with 01 and 02 prefixes.
Alternatively customers can contact our usual telephone line on (01484) 414950 between 8am and 8pm Monday to Friday and Saturday mornings from 8am to noon or call into their local Kirklees information point or cash and information office.
Consider the traditional installation of 100 desktop modems in a brokerage: One-time cost for telephone line installation is $5,000; telephone wiring to work locations, over $10,000; monthly recurring charges totaling $1,800 for telephone lines.
To evaluate the outcomes related to patient education and appropriate utilization for the GAMP population, the authors conducted surveys of patients and analyzed data collected by a 24-hour Nurse Telephone Line for descriptive and trend information.
For this celebratory event, King choreographed a dozen mostly small-scaled dances and grouped them together like a flock of birds sitting on a telephone line. It was not an altogether felicitous decision.
The device provides the building blocks for interfacing to the telephone line without the need for a transformer or capacitor.
VANCOUVER -- The Legal Services Society has replaced legal aid offices closed because of provinical funding cuts with a system of regional centres, local agents and a toll-free telephone line.
The success of the Sarbanes-Oxley telephone seminar underscores that TEI has to go where the market is for delivery of continuing education." (Note: The economical nature of TEI's telephone seminars is enhanced because members pay one registration fee per telephone line and colleagues can listen in by speakerphone.