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wireline
 adj.— «Canadian Broadcasting also awarded a five-year contract to Canadian National Railways and Canadian Pacific Railway jointly to provide network wireline services for radio broadcasting.» —“Canadian Broadcasting Awards Canadian Bell TV Network Contract” Wall Street Journal July 25, 1951. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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