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wir·ing

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

wir·ing

(wīr'ing)
Fastening together the ends of a broken bone by wire sutures.

wir·ing

(wīr'ing)
Fastening together the ends of a broken bone by wire sutures.
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If your customers are wiring for 120/240V or 120/208V ranges, wall-mounted ovens, counter-mounted stoves or clothes dryers, they need the separate ground wire.
Together, the UStec structured wiring and the Intelliway server enable multiple, powerful capabilities conveniently:
As in business, homes that possess structured wiring are hot properties for either resale or rental.
After careful study of the old switch and the instructions for the new one (three- and four-way switches almost always include their own wiring diagrams), transfer one wire at a time from the old switch to the new.
Also, a facility that installs the wrong wiring may not be able to upgrade or expand either its telephone system or computer network without an expensive replacement of the entire wiring network.
It is also the most popular wiring in commercial jetliners, and it can be found in intercontinental ballistic missites and nuclear power plants.
More critically, the existing wiring infrastructure responsible for delivering or inhibiting the delivery of these services is frequently overlooked either during the purchase of a property or the planning of a property's rehabilitation for repositioning in the marketplace.
The committee has submitted a report to the president that assesses wire safety issues in the nation, describes the current practices of federal agencies in managing the aging of wiring, outlines specific science and technology initiatives aimed at aging wiring, and recommends strategies for improving wire-system safety.
There are four major mechanisms for obtaining high speed data service accessing a building: (a) digital subscriber line technology ("DSL") which operates over existing copper wiring installed over the past hundred years by the ILEC, (b) fixed wireless transmission systems which operate one segment of their network on a wireless point to point radio or laser beam, (c) high speed cable modems utilizing cable television infrastructure, or (d) fiber optic access.
High insulation of all parts of the cell-comparison apparatus and its wiring, and guarding (if necessary) by methods analogous to the classical Price procedure [12] are the remedies.
Access concentrator systems are designed to reside on the MTU premises in the central wiring closet and work seamlessly with the existing copper wiring system.
172) to measure forces caused by current-induced atomic rearrangements in microcircuit wiring. G.