conduit

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A pipe or channel for conveying water etc
A means by which something is transmitted
A duct or tube into which electrical cables may be pulled; a type of raceway
a means for conducting something, particularly a tube, pipe, or passageway for a fluid
{n} a waterpipe, pipe, canal, duct, cock
(Finans) A financial entity that purchases mortgage-backed securities from a third party to resell to investors with new terms that will make the sale profitable for the issuing entity. The conduit will usually pool enough funds from the mortgage-back securities before reissuing the funds to another party. A conduit may be used if a borrower is unable to meet the requirements of the original lender
A conduit is a small tunnel, pipe, or channel through which water or electrical wires go
A cylindrical structure, usually of steel of polyvinyl chloride, which provides protection for communication cable
A tube or duct for enclosing electric wires or other cables
A person, group, or organization that forwards others' contributions to candidates, a legal activity under federal law Such contributions always count against the federal contribution limit for the donors, and sometimes against the limit for the conduit as well (in cases in which the conduit exercises "direction and control")
Conduits are software objects that exchange and synchronize data between an application running on a desktop computer and a handheld
Any open or closed channel intended for the conveyance of water
A rigid or flexible metallic or nonmetallic raceway of circular cross section in which cables are housed for protection and to prevent burning cable from spreading flames or smoke in the event of a fire
{i} channel, canal, duct, passage, pipe
-A channel for holding and protecting conductors and cables, made of metal or an insulating material, usually circular in cross section like a pipe Also referred to as Duct
A natural or artificial channel usually carrying fluids, such as a water pipe, canal, or aqueduct (3)
A tube of metal or plastic through which wire or cable can be run Used to protect the wire or cable and, in the case of metal conduit, make it fireproof
A structure forming a reservoir for water
a passage (a pipe or tunnel) through which water or electric wires can pass; "the computers were connected through a system of conduits"
A protective metal tube that wires run through
Usually the thin-walled metal tubing used for electrical circuits and raceways Sized to accommodate a specific number of wires, the electrical conduit itself is sometimes used as a ground conductor itself When a special hazard or hard use is anticipated, the conduit will resemble galvanized threaded piping Installation of conduit for electrical purposes is closely regulated by the National Electric Code
A raceway of circular cross-section of the type permitted under the appropriate electrical code
A pipe, canal, channel, or passage for conveying water or fluid
A CONDUIT is a tube, duct or pipe used for protecting wires
A pipe, usually metal, for protecting and routing electrical wiring
A narrow passage for private communication
Pipe serving as a duct for electrical wiring
A pipe, usually metal, that runs underground, from floor to floor, or along a floor or ceiling to protect cables In the riser backbone subsystem when riser telecommunications closets are not aligned, conduit is used to protect cable and to provide the means for pulling cable from floor to floor In the horizontal subsystem, conduit may be used between a telecommunications closet and an information outlet in an office or other room Conduit is also used for campus distribution, where it is run between buildings and intermediate manholes and is made of PVC occasionally encased in concrete Multiduct conduit may also be used
a protective pipe through which wiring is run
A device used to hold, organize, and protect electrical or optical cables
a passage (a pipe or tunnel) through which water or electric wires can pass; "the computers were connected through a system of conduits
A small piece of software stored on your PC and accessible through the Palm HotSync Manager A conduit is used to HotSync data from applications on your Palm with either an application on your PC or the web
A tube, pipe or trough that carries and protects electric wiring
Tubing, usually metal, through which cable is run, providing wiring for activation of voice and data lines
A metal pipe that houses electrical wiring
An external program, run at specific times by ColdSync, which provides a "hook" by which the user may extend ColdSync's functionality
A conduit is a person or country that links two or more other people or countries. Pakistan became a conduit for drugs produced in Afghanistan
A tube or trough in which insulated wires and cables are passed
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conduit bender
A tool used in conjunction with a very long lever, used to bend angles in conduit, that electric wires are placed into
conduit railway
for light railways, in which the actuating current passes along a wire or rail laid in an underground conduit, from which the current is "picked up" by a plow or other device fixed to the car or electric locomotive
conduit railway
Hence Conduit railway
conduit railway
by a plow or other device fixed to the car or electric locomotive
conduit railway
A system of electric traction, esp
conduit railway
for light railways, in which the actuating current passes along a wire or rail laid in an underground conduit, from which the current is "picked up"
conduit system
by a plow or other device fixed to the car or electric locomotive
conduit system
Hence Conduit railway
conduit system
for light railways, in which the actuating current passes along a wire or rail laid in an underground conduit, from which the current is "picked up"
conduit system
A system of electric traction, esp
conduit system
for light railways, in which the actuating current passes along a wire or rail laid in an underground conduit, from which the current is "picked up" by a plow or other device fixed to the car or electric locomotive
conduits
plural of conduit
national water conduit
Israeli water transference system from the north of the country to the south
water conduit
pipe laid under roads and used for transferring water
conduit