Definitions for "CABLE"
The common name for the GBP/USD currency pair. Cables entomology derives from...
The market term used to describe the sterling/US dollar exchange rate.
A term used for the British Pound, also known as the Sterling.
A large, strong rope or chain, of considerable length, used to retain a vessel at anchor, and for other purposes. It is made of hemp, of steel wire, or of iron links.
A rope of steel wire, or copper wire, usually covered with some protecting or insulating substance; as, the cable of a suspension bridge; a telegraphic cable.
To telegraph by a submarine cable
Television programming available for a fee to a subscriber, and delivered to his household via cable.
This is a type of broadband connection in which you connect to the internet via the high bandwidth cable used for pay TV. Cable access is at least several times faster than traditional dial-up internet connections. Cable access requires the purchase of a cable modem to operate.
A modem that allows communication data to travel over television cables (either coaxial or fibre optic) as opposed to regular telephone lines. See also ADSL, Dial Up
A molding, shaft of a column, or any other member of convex, rounded section, made to resemble the spiral twist of a rope; -- called also cable molding.
"(1) A strong rope or chain for pulling or securing anything, usually a ship's anchor. (2) A measurement of distance, a tenth of a nautical mile or approximately 200 yards." (Uden & Cooper)
A thread, yarn or pattern constructed by twisting together two or more plied yarns. Each successive twist is in the direction opposite to the preceding twist.
a telegram sent abroad
A secure message. Before there was email, the CIA used cables to communicate between Stations and HQ. Cables were condensed and concise messages, sort of like telegrams, where you are concerned about using too many words.
A knitted pattern usually made up of two vertically intertwined bands.
Cable is an American band formed in 1994 in Rockville, CT. Though they have changed their style over the years, Cable was originally part of the first wave of bands playing in the so-called noisecore style (as it later became known), combining a hardcore/emo aesthetic with a rhythmically complex, often discordant metal-influenced musical approach. Lineup changes and delays between recordings may have hindered their notoriety over the years, but Cable is respected and acknowledged as influential within their scene, even though other bands within it have become better known.
Cable (Nathan Christopher Summers, a.k.a. Nathan Dayspring Askani'son) is a fictional character in the , a superhero associated with the X-Men and X-Force. He first appeared as Cable in The New Mutants #87 (March 1990), though he appeared as a child much earlier in Uncanny X-Men #201 (January 1986).
Part of a suspension bridge extending from an anchorage over the tops of the towers and down to the opposite anchorage. Suspenders or hangers are attached along its length to support the deck.
Cable wakeboarding is riding at a cable park instead of behind a boat. A cable park is a place where there are a series of mechanical cables connected by towers that pull the rider around the water. There are over 100 cable parks in the world, and they're mainly in Europe.
a high performance audio interconnect for connecting
An always-on high speed internet connection similar to ADSL but capable of higher speeds, which uses cable TV technology instead of a phoneline.
The umbilical cable that connects the ship and the ROV.
Keywords:  fasten, trees
To fasten with a cable.
fasten with a cable; "cable trees"
Keywords:  calk, expressions
Expressions Calk Expressions
Keywords:  sensible, option
a much more sensible option
Keywords:  counterweight, sheave, car, drive, pull
Usually 4 to 6 in number, it is used to support the car and (passing over the drive sheave to the counterweight) pull the car.
Keywords:  poi, serial, link, creates, connection
a serial link that creates a poi
a serial link that creates a point-to-point connection between devices
Keywords:  shack, trip, remedied, irritant, minor
a minor irritant, one that can be remedied with a five-spot and a trip to Radio Shack
Keywords:  adc, usb, exceeded, optional
an optional USB ADC are exceeded
Keywords:  crap, piece
a piece of crap
Keywords:  painless, quick, affair, equally
an equally quick and painless affair
a pretty good investment as it allows you to easily put on ringtones, get pictures off or on to it and manage contact information
Keywords:  sad, site, see
a sad site to see
much like a telephone company, cables link customers to programming rather than using the airwaves
CABLE is an online mathematical assessment tool for use with an open source computer algebra system.
Keywords:  intrusive, deal, great, smaller, less
a great deal smaller and so is less intrusive in the case
a passive transmitter and I don't believe it could 'amplify' the high and mid
Keywords:  ornament, see
To ornament with cabling. See Cabling.
a necessity for any Systems Integrator working on an educational or commercial installation
Keywords:  tray, track, see
Tray :See "Cable Track"
Keywords:  dsl, peak, unlike, faster, drop
Many people use their cable TV company for Internet access. Cable service is typically faster than DSL, although, unlike DSL, speeds can drop during peak TV hours.
a portable, lightweight and removable mass storage device disk enclosure
Keywords:  odd, review, thing
a odd thing to review
Keywords:  solution
a must have solution
Keywords:  artificial, support, system
an artificial support system
Keywords:  flat, round
Flat Round
Keywords:  fast, via, continuous, local, access
Fast, continuous Internet access via local cable TV line.
Keywords:  central, bank
Central Bank
Keywords:  monitor, play, requirement
a requirement to play on a PC Monitor)
Keywords:  head, end
a means of transferring energy between two points