- n. Plural form of conductor.
“Mounting the protective conductors bars in this location will be favourable due to the protective conductors of the connection cables being connected at this place of the cubicles.”
“For pulling back the stranded conductors special draw-vices are employed which do not damage the stranded conductors surface.”
“But many are acquisitions that have been crammed into the parent company like those Tokyo train conductors at rush hour.”
“There was absolutely no lighting protection, and in addition there were exposed conductors from the previous underground installation hanging out right in the open.”
“Everybody from police to train conductors hunted the "army" members.”
“Wow, the train conductors really saved the day this time.”
“Another important concept, "the electron fluid" in conductors, was introduced by”
“The Hall effect can be used to determine the density of charge carriers (negative electrons or positive holes) in conductors and semi-conductors, and has become a standard tool in physics laboratories the world over.”
“The largest number of conductors is nine and the smallest one.”
“On the way and in the cities the titled conductors continue their "talks" and lectures about the places visited, with as much of history as time would permit, including an epitome of those great events in India, the Mutiny of the Sepoys, the "Black Hole," and other events of the past.”
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