branch line


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branch line

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branchline

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(Railways) railways a secondary route to a place or places not served by a main line
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.branch line - a railway line connected to a trunk line
rail line, railway line, line - the road consisting of railroad track and roadbed
loop-line - a railway branch line that branches from the trunk line and then rejoins it later on
Translations

branch line

n (Rail) → linea secondaria
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Tenders are invited for Day to day re organisation shifting or route changing of 1st delivery line and its branch line 2nd delivery branch line 3rd delivery line to suit the working of mine for quenching the active fire for ob removal and coal production at central sector
The Whitechapel Wayfarer was organised by the Branch Line Society, a UK-based voluntary association for railway enthusiasts, in conjunction with Merseyrail.
The tour, promoted by the Branch Line Society, was to celebrate the growth of the firm's Teesside freight terminal.
ANDY SLATTERY has never hidden the fact he holds Branch Line in high regard and the three-year-old went some way to justifying his reputation when winning over 6f at Limerick in good style on his latest start.
This includes the mainline north, from Manila to La Union as well as a branch line from Tarlac to San Jose, Nueva Ecija, and a possible extension to Cagayan.
Channel 5, 8pm As this insightful series continues, this episode sees the holiday season in full swing in Cornwall, which means there are 1,000 passengers coming through the St Ives branch line every hour.
In addition, the equivalent electrical lengths of the dual-band branch line should be equal [+ or -] [pi]2 at the two desired operating frequencies, [f.
Typical branch line coupler (BLC) at microwave frequencies [1], realized using a number of quarter-wavelength long transmission line section, is an indispensable and versatile component often used as power divider, combiner and has found applications in balanced mixer, antenna feed network and quadrature modulator [2].
Chen, "A stub tapped branch line coupler for dual-band operations," IEEE Microwave and Wireless Component Letters, Vol.
The cost of the construction project of the Vanadzor-Fioletovo railway branch line (32 km) in Armenia ranges from
The rural branch line did much to transform rural Wales, even if, like the Pontypool and Coleford, its passenger traffic was limited, because it put rural areas in greater contact with the wider world, and in many cases stimulated the agricultural economy.
There are now five types of tactile signals on lifelines: directional cones (which indicate the direction to go outby), a coil to indicate a refuge chamber, two sets of double cones to indicate a self-contained, self-rescuer (SCSR) cache, two directional cones in a row to indicate a branch line, and a ball to indicate a personnel door.