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  • v. Present participle of route.
  • n. a method of finding paths from origins to destinations in a transport network


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  • Fleming's engineers routeing that great new line through the Rockies; and the legend of Monte Cristo scarcely more fabulous than the exploits of

    The Masques of Ottawa

  • He carried on into the slump in business, and on into the war when the Railway War Board, practising a sort of church union by cutting out competition and re-routeing traffic for the sake of getting war haulage done as quickly as possible, left very little for the Drayton court to settle.

    The Masques of Ottawa

  • There are plenty of other features too, including ample cable-routeing holes around the motherboard, E-ATX support and seven 3. 5in bays, each of which also has mounts for 2. 5in drives. Feed

  • There's plenty of space to work with inside, with ample cable-routeing holes. Feed

  • The white SATA ports are nicely sat facing outward in order to neaten cable routeing within your PC case. Feed

  • As we've come to expect from Antec, there's an abundance of cable-routeing holes inside the case. Feed

  • But Scholes and his colleagues have found that the energy-routeing mechanism may actually be highly efficient.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • Details of these new routeing measures will be included in New Editions of Charts 1148,

    YBW News

  • Once I get out of the "Sacred gouge area" I go back to normal routeing.

    Mandolin Cafe News

  • So now I make a pencil mark there to remind me that I am close to the "Burmuda Triangle" of binding channel routeing.

    Mandolin Cafe News


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