Definitions

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  • adj. of or relating to fiber optics

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Examples

  • Laser diodes are used in fibreoptic communication networks and for optical data storage (CD, DVD).

    The Nobel Prize in Physics 2000

  • Steve Robertson, the boss of Openreach, the BT business responsible for building a next-generation fibreoptic network, also admitted last month that any strike action could end the firm's plans to bring super-fast broadband within the reach of 4m homes by the end of the year.

    BT braced for half of workers to go on strike

  • Doctors with can transmit bactroban vs neosporin fibreoptic intubation lamisil and methotrexate engage in 45g elocon mometasone furoate cream smoke.

    Big Wall Street Journal Poll Contains Comfort For Both Parties

  • On the other hand, if the only other option is primitivism, well, hell, stick a fibreoptic cable in my frontal lobe and call me 1110101…

    Open thread on: localism, decentralism, anarchism, thick conceptions of libertarianism, and the U.S. Constitution

  • So, in the spirit of Terry Wogan at Eurovision, let me take this opportunity to scurry down the fibreoptic cable: Bonjour, Paris

    John Rentoul today puts Trevor Kavanagh and myself in the...

  • The Sir Robert Bond Papers: AG to get fibreoptic documents skip to main

    AG to get fibreoptic documents

  • Premier Danny Williams may have given the Auditor General extra staff to shift the focus of his review of the House of Assembly spending scandal, but John Noseworthy is peeved about lack of access to documents to conduct a review of the fibreoptic deal.

    R'uh R'oh

  • After months of insisting that provincial law prevented cabinet from releasing cabinet documents to the Auditor General, cabinet has decided to give Auditor General John Noseworthy access to documents relevant to his review of a controversial fibreoptic cable deal between government and a private sector consortium.

    AG to get fibreoptic documents

  • People who know what's really going on understand that the fibreoptic phone lines from the Confederation Building to the oil companies are blacker than crude.

    Pay heed to the silent majority

  • Two news releases from innovation minister Trevor Taylor accusing the opposition of misinforming the people of Newfoundland and Labrador about the $20 million fibreoptic deal Taylor announced last fall on behalf of the provincial government.

    Homer Taylor

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