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This 300 LED light set works for up to 15,000 hours and the wire won’t overheat over time.
Three years later, Jaka Tušek of the University of Ljubljana and others observed a change of 25 degrees in similar wires.
Having applied for financial aid only days before, she wired the money to the number the caller gave her.
In that dispute, the city says it actually costs much less to bury a mile of wire than SDG&E charged.
He’d carefully make the rounds, maneuvering around ventilators and webs of wires and hoses, doing anything he could in the minutes he had to lighten the load, if only briefly, for suffering families.
The big limitation at the moment is wiring up these photosensors.
That the weather being calm, he rowed round me several times, observed my windows and wire-lattices that defenced them.
GULLIVER'S TRAVELSJONATHAN SWIFT
They require frequent cleaning with a long wire and a bit of tow, and in some large towns there are professional pipe-cleaners.
Wire Nails, Staples, &c., are made at Nettlefold's by machinery much in advance of what can ba seen elsewhere.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
I need fourteen wire ropes, all pulling in different directions, to hold me steady.

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