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trunking

/ (ˈtrʌŋkɪŋ) /
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noun
telecomm the cables that take a common route through an exchange building linking ranks of selectors
plastic housing used to conceal wires, etc; casing
the delivery of goods over long distances, esp by road vehicles to local distribution centres, from which deliveries and collections are made
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