telephone pole


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Noun1.telephone pole - tall pole supporting telephone wirestelephone pole - tall pole supporting telephone wires
post - an upright consisting of a piece of timber or metal fixed firmly in an upright position; "he set a row of posts in the ground and strung barbwire between them"
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With an immense and horrifying rustle the balloon brushed against a telephone pole, and for a tense instant he anticipated either an electric explosion or a bursting of the oiled silk, or both.
Mr Elliott said BT Openreach had told him phones lines would be worKing again on Wednesday, but was then told the telephone pole would not be replaced next Thursday - more than a weeK after the incident.
The airplane descended, and its left wing impacted a telephone pole at an estimated height of 30 feet agl.
Police said the car was southbound on Route 12 near Sunset Avenue when it veered off the road and hit a telephone pole, snapping the pole at its base.
"Police said that Kidd's 2010 Cadillac Escalade struck a telephone pole and went into the woods near the intersection of Cobb Road and Little Cobb Road in Water Mill, not far from his Hamptons house.
* Pensioner Annie Thomas, pictured with son Gareth, stopped BT from putting a telephone pole outside her Tonypandy house by staging a sit-down protest on a patio chair
"But it could just be that a telephone pole was knocked out down the street" and customers wouldn't know that, notes Eric Johnston, senior vice president for Americas Generators, a supplier of mobile and portable generators based outside Miami.
Your voice may be the only link between a shipmate returning home safely or colliding with a telephone pole at 100 mph.
YOU'LL FIND MANY WAYS TO CLIMB THE LADDER OF SUCCESS, BUT THERE'S ONLY ONE SAFE WAY TO CLIMB A TREE OR A TELEPHONE POLE.
In other words, is it fair game to take out a telephone pole? It's unrealistic for me to say that, because most companies would be taking out the telephone pole because it's distracting.
While driving home after a long shift, Officer Peter Beninger of the Mountain View, California, Police Department came upon a vehicle that had crashed into a fence and hit a telephone pole. Officer Beninger noticed that electrical or cable wires were laying on the car.
The flyers, hung throughout the barrio, show a photograph of an unemployed worker: his face covered by a bandanna T-shirt as he climbs a telephone pole with an antenna in his hand.