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Synonyms for wire

Synonyms for wire

ligament made of metal and used to fasten things or make cages or fences etc

the finishing line on a racetrack

a message transmitted by telegraph

provide with electrical circuits

send cables, wires, or telegrams

fasten with wire

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string on a wire

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equip for use with electricity

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Since bonefish flies are small, he chose one of the smallest diameter lead wires, and wrapped the hook shank just forward of the hook bend, and perhaps continuing up the bend as well, depending on how much additional weight he wanted.
Attachment of contaminated lead wires to a new patient can result in colonization and ultimately in invasive infection by multiresistant nosocomial microorganisms....
Push the foam sphere over the eye of the hook and twist it over the wraps of lead wire. (If you twist in the right direction the sphere will screw itself into place.)
* Connections which include custom lead wire, cable, connector on unit, or connector on cable.
(19) The need for low lead wire and cable compounds.
Additional features include RTD lead wire compensation, an open input wire warning signal, 10 ft.
For OEMS, Macro Sensors can design and produce special PR 750 LVDTs with different lead wire colors, exit points, configurations, connectors as well as for higher temperature operation.
* Custom pulleys, voltages, connectors or lead wire terminations as options.
A sleeveless square-core winding developed by the company minimizes wasted space and thickens the lead wire inside the inductor to achieve the lowest possible DC resistance.
A sleeveless square-core winding has been developed by the company that eliminates wasted space and thickens the lead wire inside the inductor to achieve the lowest possible DC resistance.