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Cable provider
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Cable provider: Company which provides access to cable television service
Cable railroad
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Cable railroad: Cable railway, railway that runs on cables and that is suspended upon the cables
Cable railway
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Cable railway: Railway that runs on cables and that is suspended upon the cables
Cable television
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Cable television: TV system in which various antennas receive local and distant signals and transmit them by cable to subscribers receivers
Cable TV
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Cable TV: Television system in which various antennas receive local and distant signals and transmit them by cable to subscribers receivers
Cable TV subscribers
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Cable TV subscribers: Persons paying for and receiving cable television
Cablecasting
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Cablecasting: Act of broadcasting a program via cable television
Cabled
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Cabled: Fastened with, or attached to, a cable or rope. "The cabledstone." Dyer. (Arch.) Adorned with cabling.
Cablegram
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Cablegram: A message sent by a submarine telegraphic cable.Note: [A recent hybrid, sometimes found in the newspapers.]
Cablelaid
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Cablelaid: (Naut.) Composed of three three-stranded ropes, or hawsers, twistedtogether to form a cable. Twisted after the manner of a cable as, a cable-laid gold chain.Si
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