It opened up the way to such an expansion of telephone business as Bell, in his rosiest dreams, had never imagined.
He pushed the policy of expansion until he broke all the records.
Such was the plunging progress of the Bell Companies in this period of expansion, that by 1905 they had swept past all European countries combined, not only in the quality of the service but in the actual number of telephones in use.
But as might have been expected, it was New York City that was the record-breaker when the era of telephone expansion arrived.
Alike in its origin, its development, and its highest point of efficiency and expansion, the telephone is as essentially American as the Declaration of Independence or the monument on Bunker Hill.
All women in the study underwent low-segment transverse cesarean delivery, with 406 randomized to transversal expansion
and 405 to cephalocaudad expansion
of the uterine incision.
Previous attempts at measuring silica sand's thermal expansion
failed to accurately identify its specific characteristics and concentrated on the peak or overall growth.
The approximately $63 million effort features an expansion
of 68,000 square feet and renovation of another 85,000 square feet.
This 102,000-square-foot expansion
creates a new main entrance to the entire facility, a 48-bed Spinal Cord Injury unit and a 48-bed Traumatic Brain Injury unit.
brings Kaneka's annual CoQ10 production capacity in Japan from 150 metric tons to 180 metric tons, an expansion
needed in order to meet steadily increasing CoQ10 demand worldwide.
According to the company, the expansion
enables Metech to improve its workflow for electronic scrap processing and also allows for the expansion
of its precious metals sampling and processing operations.
These distances, combined with measurements of how rapidly each supernova's home galaxy is receding from Earth, enable researchers to measure past rates of cosmic expansion
The construction is part of an ongoing expansion
is the tool needed for sustained economic development in any nation involved in the global economy, as well as for our country, given that our maritime business created 2,000 jobs in 2004."
can be daunting, especially for those who believe any of the following five myths about going global: