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"Now, the more I think about it, I wonder can we afford to just cut the cord with a player of that quality?
Caption: (1) Trim the inner layers at an angle tapering toward the handle, being careful not to cut the cord anchoring them.
Let's use people power on June 23 to "cut the cord" and regain our independence.
Often, the ads are about life stages--in "Cut the Cord," a dad puts his daughter on the school bus for the first time, then drives alongside it to make sure she's OK.
The wand can be fitted in minutes by anyone as there's no need to cut the cord or screw into the wall.
I went to the grave on December 23 to lay another wreath on the grave, only to find that some scumbag had cut the cord holding my sister's wreath in place and had stolen the wreath.
An ambulance then arrived and medics let Wullie cut the cord. He added: "I could have done with a stiff drink after that."
Attempting to target an interesting market segment -- those who have "cut the cord" and are viewing television exclusively via the Internet -- the Washington Post last week started a nightly 15-minute news program that is only available on Google Android devices, which include its Google TV set-top box.
With fax remaining an integral part of transactional business internationally, and businesses continuing to shift to a mobile environment, eFax enables companies and individuals to cut the cord to a traditional fax machine by sending and receiving faxes via email, whether from a computer with an Internet connection, or from a mobile device.
The employer cut the cord and contacted the police.
"It would only have taken 15 minutes for me to make it safe - to cut the cord, put it out of reach," he said.
As a normal, civilized nation, let all of us work to cut the cord between those who are connected with organized crime and corruption in Bulgaria and those who make Bulgaria's image abroad.
"Crews cut the cord, assessed mum and baby and wrapped the newborn in a blanket to keep her warm before they were both transferred to Heartlands Hospital for further assessment and treatment.
Ledford's CUT THE CORD! THE CONSUMER'S GUIDE TO VOIP (1592009883, $24.99) provides novices with all the basics; from understanding the Internet alternative to traditional telephone link-ups to understanding how it works, its pros and cons, industry standards, and hardware and software to bring it all together.