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Synonyms for cable

a telegram sent abroad

a very strong thick rope made of twisted hemp or steel wire

a nautical unit of depth

television that is transmitted over cable directly to the receiver

send cables, wires, or telegrams

fasten with a cable

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Following the successful installation of the South Atlantic Cables System, the company will also shift its focus to connec- ting Africa to the dynamic regions of the Middle East and the Far East -- providing further opportunities still for business growth and private communication.
Virtually everything there is to know about the Atlantic cable has been assembled into a Web site by an English electronics engineer, Bit[ Burns.
But one thing she was uniquely well equipped to do was to lay the Atlantic cable, and through the support of Gooch, who had become chairman of her operating company, the ship was put at the disposal of the cable project.
Derby's government entered the Red Sea agreement despite the failure of the 1858 Atlantic cable, for public opinion strongly supported a secure line to India under British control.
Atlantic Cable Cup semi-finals - Buchanhaven Hearts v Inverurie Locos; Stonehaven v Formartine.
In the Atlantic Cable Cup third round Inverurie Locos staged a superb comeback to beat Culter 2-1
The project was abandoned the following year when the North Atlantic cable proved a success.
The Atlantic cable, connecting Europe and America, was finally laid.
Final laying of the Atlantic cable between Great Britain and the U.
He was in office at the time of the <IR> DRED SCOTT DECISION </IR> and the laying of the first Atlantic cable (both 1857).
APTelecom has reached milestones in 2016 that include network builds for its clients Angola Cables for it's South Atlantic Cable System and NTT Docomo Pacific, the company said.
com - History of the Atlantic Cable & Undersea Communications - has charted the company's remarkable history.
The Atlantic cable had to pass through three other eyes - each smaller than the last.
Newall made the wire required for the first Atlantic cable.
At 35 he had set up a wire-rope factory that developed into the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Company, which laid the first Atlantic cable.
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