Tagline

An electrical conductor system employing flexible cables which are festooned along the bridge or runway. The cable is attached to trolleys or hooks which operate on a rigid bar or tight wire along the entire bridge width or runway length. This arrangement serves to keep the cables 'out of the way' of the crane and hoist movement.
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tagline

(1) Contact information for an article’s author, published to enable readers to provide feedback. (2) Also called a signature line, information about the author appended to the bottom of an email or blog. (3) In advertising, a word or phrase invented by marketers to help identify a specific brand, e.g. the tagline for the movie Jaws was â...
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Tagline

In entertainment, a tagline (or tag line) is a small amount of text which serves to clarify a thought for, or designed with a form of, dramatic effect. Many tagline slogans are reiterated phrases associated with an individual, social group, or product. As a variant of a branding slogan, taglines can be used in marketing materials and advertising. ...
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tagline

(1) Contact information for an article
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