dial.

dial.

abbreviation for
(Linguistics) dialect(al)
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Now he turned his attention to the western dial. This he set upon a certain point.
To test the intensity of the light whose nature and cause he could not determine, he took out his watch to see if he could make out the figures on the dial. They were plainly visible, and the hands indicated the hour of eleven o'clock and twenty-five minutes.
They all carry an individual limited series number on the dial.
He stood there for well over 30 minutes in order to hold the umbrella over Dial.
A ring of silver-colored crystals adorns its shiny dial.
M AIL T ODAY has accessed the exchange of letters between Delhi Police and DIAL. I have raised this issue and sent a letter to DIAL and requested them to direct the concerned officials to file a complaint before police, who detected arms/ ammunition from the passenger at X- ray scanning machine.
Thus they have the idea that the windage dial is as important as the elevation dial. You can't fault them for that--and it may also be the case for short-range LE shooters.
This is Sequoia Capital's third investment into Just Dial. This round of funding will help drive marketing, technology investments and assist Just Dial in increasing service levels to consumers and advertisers
Once the cover and label are out of the way you should see a single screwhead which will release the dial. There are specialist products for cleaning Bakelite but Gavin suggests T-Cut.
It was hypothesized that dialing accuracy would improve after the introduction of the enlarging techniques because the techniques enable users to check their entries as they dial. If an error is made, there is a way to recover.
The MU broadband service is powered by Viatel, a com- munications company, and they have outsourced the sales calls to Dial.