feeder line

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Noun1.feeder line - a branching path off of a main transportation line (especially an airline)
itinerary, route, path - an established line of travel or access
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Kalbarri will remain connected to the South West Interconnected System via the feeder line from Geraldton and this solution will remove the majority of the frustration and uncertainty that the community currently experiences due to environmental impacts.
As per the deal, these companies will manufacture, supply and implement a feeder line project in the capital from the water tanks to three different locations within the city, reported the Arab News.
The new batch of spending includes 32 contracts, including a $75 million spend on a new water feeder line in Qassim province.
With this variety, the Brabender food feeder line offers suitable solutions for all food production processes using flowable dry ingredients, e.
29, and the main feeder line into Paxton went down about 3 a.
4 of the junction (feeder line--spacing collar, capacitor frame) and feeder line on the transmitter power in case of the junction being in order (drawn up and clear).
On Monday, Nabucco shareholders voted to fund two feeder lines--one to Georgia and one to Iraq--and not to fund a feeder line to Iran.
NDMC officials said the water feeder line to the Jor Bagh underground reservoir needs to be shifted because of work for the Commonwealth Games.
Schenck AccuRate says it has added the "new high-feed-rate Model 6000 to its ProFlex C feeder line .
K-Tron now offers the patented Bulk Solids Pump (BSP) feeder line for gentle, precise feeding of free-flowing pellets, granules, flakes, powders and friable materials.
The Bulk Solids Pump[TM] feeder line offers three models that can be configured as volumetric or loss-in-weight feeders.
Bulk Solids Pump Feeder Line employs one or more specially designed vertical rotating spools that create feeding ducts.