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Connected by a distant control, the sign was speeding up just like the lights on the glass board.
A searchlight on the distant control tower pointed at them; blinked red three times.
The vehicles drove off toward the distant control building set like a pillbox on the flat surface of the desert.
Offa's still rather distant control had been replaced by a permanent Mercian royal presence.
The distant control buildings shook.
So operators run them by remote control, from distant control rooms crammed with meters, dials and computer read-outs.
Track circuits transmit train locations to distant control centres and data links allow direct manipulation of the points and signals.
Dr. Dzierzak said the distant control elements will be tried in future studies in the hope of enhancing beta globin production.
Distant control of phase currents was simple enough for a Sentinel when undistracted, but he had little attention to spare, and he was tiring.
Under the control of unseen hands at some distant control center, the view slewed abruptly to one side, focusing once again on the Yuduki Maru.
This person will not be on site, but at a distant control room, Gold Command, where he or she will formulate the strategy for dealing with the incident.
It could be that Reddick had already taken the Ice Crown to wear before that fateful moment when the distant controls had blazed into nothingness.
In eukaryotes, transcription is regulated by sequence-specific DNA-binding proteins (transcription factors) associated with a gene's promoter and also by distant control sequences including enhancers.
Fisher was described as a cruel and distant control freak of a father who was awkward with his children, but tried to hold on to an image as a devoted family man.
The wastage was particularly heavy among British forces for several reasons: overloading of horses with unnecessary equipment and saddlery, failure to rest and acclimatise horses after long sea voyages and, later in the war, poor management by inexperienced mounted troops and distant control by unsympathetic staffs.
Much of North Africa became a peripheral area to the main Muslim centres in the Middle East, but Iberia (Al Andalus) and Morocco soon broke from this distant control and founded one of the world's most advanced societies at the time, along with Baghdad near the eastern Mediterranean.