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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcablingca‧bling /ˈkeɪblɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  all the wires that are used for electrical equipment or an electrical system
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cablingIn this area, we have the possibility for including non-DOS machines on networks, by using the appropriate cabling and software.He has spent his time tracing and cataloguing electrical cabling and other installations, including the University's nineteen sub- stations.This time round we're going to cover the potentially fraught matter of cabling.About one metre of cabling should be sufficient.It happened while workmen were trying to mend faulty overhead cabling in the field where the stock were grazing.Additionally, in many areas it runs parallel to power cabling.The T-connectors from Sage weren't reinforced and the cabling was cheap.
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