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Synonyms for Stations

(Roman Catholic Church) a devotion consisting of fourteen prayers said before a series of fourteen pictures or carvings representing successive incidents during Jesus' passage from Pilate's house to his crucifixion at Calvary

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CASTAIC -- Its wood came from big old timbers, the glass was a quarter-inch thick, and in its day the station surely offered service with a smile.
net Year established: 1995 Number of ag employees: 5 8 stations in High Plains cotton country all carrying farm programming.
Valdivia says these programs, which students help develop and produce, exemplify the station's willingness to take on the issues considered "taboo that the bigger stations are never going to talk about.
By the time it premiered on April 1, Air America Radio had leased time from three ethnic radio stations in three major cities.
It is the third largest transit system in the country with 162 rail stations, 28 light rail stations and more than 17,000 bus stops linking major points in New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia.
The new catch-word between today's radio station's sales department and its advertisers is "clusters," the number of radio stations any given company owns in a single market.
This concern is clearly manifest in the three new stations (considered in greater detail on the following pages), but these are just part of a wider programme of infrastructure, landscaping and product design.
Rather than fight the ruling, many stations have, indeed, opted to pull the plug, says Will Robedee, general manager of WKTRU at Rice University (TX).
The second is the sophisticated software that radio stations use to plan their playlists.
Coaches may repeat some of these stations or add others, such as live wrestling, shadow wrestling, shooting drills, up-downs, isometrics, and others.
Until 1996, a company could own no more than 40 radio stations nationwide, and no more than two AM and two FM stations in a market, regardless of the market's size.
For example, by moving the CNAS' stations and placing equipment/supplies closer to where they are needed most -- the resident wings -- the CNAS are able to provide a higher level of care to the residents.
Housed in such modern images, the other 13 pastel stations are just as abstract.
In a June 17 announcement, the President cited the stations potential contribution to the continued economic prosperity and scientific prowess of the United States.
NYSE:ETM) today announced the signing of a definitive agreement to exchange four radio stations in Cincinnati, OH and three of its seven radio stations in Seattle, WA for Bonneville International Corporation's three FM radio stations in San Francisco, CA.