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wir·ing

(wīr'ing),
Reattaching the ends of a broken bone with wire sutures.
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wir·ing

(wīr'ing)
Fastening together the ends of a broken bone by wire sutures.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

wir·ing

(wīr'ing)
Fastening together the ends of a broken bone by wire sutures.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Previous VPS systems stored data for electrical wiring - which features a shape that can be flexibly and dynamically manipulated - in a special format, making it impossible to include in the scope of assembly process verification.
"The electrical wiring had overheated and had been set alight, filling up the communal staircase with smoke.
According to the company, the dLAN 200 AV Wireless G combines HomePlug and Wireless LAN technologies in a single device to support high-speed networking over household electrical wiring, providing wireless access for mobile and laptop devices and giving users a flexible network solution.
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* The use of Electrical Metallic Tubing is prohibited in wet locations to prevent potential degradation of the metallic tubing that encases the electrical wiring system.
Most electrical wiring inside any building has three wires: two wires that carry the power are called "hot" and "neutral"; and a third typically green wire which is for safety and a logic reference point called the "ground." Normal Mode power noise occurs between the hot wire and the neutral wire causing damage to power supplies, PC board blowouts and other catastrophic issues.

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