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VIA. A cart-way, which also includes a foot-way and a horse-way. Vide Way.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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"Our printed circuit board business continues to face challenges due to unfavourable market conditions.
E-Scrap and printed circuit board (PCB) E-Scrap Market, by Material Recovered (PCB E-Scrap)
OKI Circuit Technology has successfully developed design and mass production technologies for multi-layer printed circuit boards that support high speeds and high frequencies based on copper coin insertion.
"We have always handled printed circuit boards, but we embarked on a major investment drive to support the introduction of our new surface mount facility.
Cho et al have developed a printed circuit board in which an oxidant capable of polymerizing conductive polymers is selectively imprinted on a substrate along with the monomer of a conductive polymer.
Somacis chief executive Giovanni Tridenti said the move to acquire San Diego-based Hallmark will "better serve our customers' advanced technology printed circuit board requirements."
The 800-260 UV silicone product is ideally suited in printed circuit board applications of environments of high humidity, low or high temperature extremes or with water immersion.
8 November 2011 - Taiwan Ratings on Monday reiterated its long-term corporate credit rating of twAA- with a "negative" outlook on printed circuit boards producer and trader Nan Ya Printed Circuit Board Corp (TPE:8046).
Executives of PCB makers Unimicron Crop., Tripod Technology Corp., and Unitech Printed Circuit Board Corp.
Denmark's PCBMotor turns that idea on its head by building its motors directly onto a printed circuit board.
"We are pleased to have Toryon as a partner in the distribution and logistics of our printed circuit board product lines," said Stuart Down, business development manager, electronic materials, Sun Chemical.
TTM Technologies Inc (NASDAQ:TTMI), which provides printed circuit boards and backplane assemblies, announced on 25 June that it has been awarded a contract worth in excess of USD8m by BAE Systems, a defence contractor, for the supply of printed circuit boards and printed circuit board assemblies.