Pressure wires

1.(Elec.) Wires leading from various points of an electric system to a central station, where a voltmeter indicates the potential of the system at those points.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Article 26 of the list includes requirements for where nurseries can be established, including: "Being in a quiet place, close to residential areas, in a healthy environment and away from the dangers of pollution, to be far from industrial and mechanical institutions and high pressure wires and flammable warehouses or any health hazards, to not be at a low area or one where floods or landslides can occur, to have safe roads leading to it but to not be directly next to the public highway."
Guiding catheters, regular wires, pressure wires, balloon dilatation catheters, and stents were taken into consideration.
Layeth noted that these works were carried out through the use of 238,000 meters long of high pressure wires, 175,000 posts and 70 transformers of various capacities.
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