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Refers to an information system that is attached to other information systems.
[M.E. tethir, fr. O. Norse tyōdhr]
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is a manufacturer of specialized tethered aerial monitoring and communications platforms serving national defense and homeland security customers.
(NCC), a leading company in Japan for bottle closures, announced today that they have entered into an exclusive partnership to cross-license technology for tethered beverage closures.
Explaining what the Tethered mean, Peele explained they perfectly represent the film's tagline: 'We are our own worst enemy.'
I also like that the tethered remembered to release the bunnies and didn't leave them to die in cages as they went to surface level to claim their freedom.
One person less keen to revisit the world of the Tethered is its celebrated star and Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o who played the dual roles of Adelaide Wilson and Red in the film.
To use it, connect a supported Nikon camera to your computer and go to File > Tethered Capture > Start Tethered Capture.
"We were also made aware of three ponies tethered near the same road.
One example of the Apellix technology is the ability to spray paint an Oil & Gas flare stack with a tethered drone, where the power and paint are on the ground, without having to use scaffolding, lifts, cranes or ropework.
The horse is believed to have been tethered on a piece of land by the A172 between Stokesley and Swainby for around two weeks.
The annual event, which saw different hot air balloon designs displayed each year, lets visitors experience riding tethered hot air balloons in two sessions daily, at 7am or 6pm, today and tomorrow.