head station

head station

n
(Agriculture) Austral the main buildings on a large sheep or cattle farm
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Tenders are invited for Remote monitoring of real time status of Electrical data using GSM gate way & doud based data acquisition system of Conveyor Drive head station Qty.: 3 Nos.
The Overhead Railway has closed, and the Pier Head station is being demolished, in this picture from 1957
Lito Patay to head Station 6 precisely because the area has the worst problem on illegal drugs in the entire Metro Manila.
The container continues through the integrated interior of the machine into the print head station for code application.
A large map of the world at the Worm's Head station, covered with blue dots marking visitors' home towns and cities, is testament to that.
All seven Divisional head station masters participated in the meeting while Senior Vice Central President Mohammad Javed Iqbal, Central Secretary General Mohammad Hanif Mir, Chief Organizer Abdul Khaliq Mir, vice President Mitho Khan and Central secretary information Akram Moazam were also present.
Among the variables related to labor and delivery, a significant difference was found between the groups for fetal head station -3 at admission (P<0.001).
Skanska said that the new police head station, with a total area of 7,800 square metres, will be ready to open during the fourth quarter of 2013.
It's come home - thanks to the Museum of Liverpool, where an original carriage is now permanently on display in the Great Port exhibition alongside a model railway set featuring the original route and a reconstructed Pier Head station.
Between these two she wrote: Policy and Passion (1881), The Head Station (1885), Miss Jacobsen's Chance (1886), The Romance of a Station (1889), Outlaw and Lawmaker (1893), Mrs Tregaskiss (1895), Nulma (1897), Fugitive Anne (1902), The Maid of the River (1905), The Lost Earl of Ellan (1906), Opal Fire (1910) and Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land (1915) plus two semi-autobiographical works, Australian Life Black and White (1885) and My Australian Girlhood (1902) and two collections of short stories, Dwellers by the River (1902) and The Luck of the Leura (1907).
Inthanoona, a pastoral head station in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, which functioned from the 1860s to the 1890s includes an assemblage of more than 250 rock engravings of which 20% are identifiable contact period motifs.
Main features: this work consists of: - creation of a 6-inch borehole, and connection to the existing head station of the integrated irrigation, - re-sealing in the rules of the art of the 2 old 4-inch boreholes.