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  4. The version I heard was "What are the rates like in Edinburgh" to which the second replied "Oh we don't have any rates, just a few mice..."
  5. ^^^^ This The SIM doesn't need to be active or have credit but must be present. The reason is that the SIM identity is transmitted (at least to your network operator) along with the 999 call - no SIM = totally anonymous, a SIM (even out of credit or whatever) is unique. The operator can go "hang on, it's them again, 27th call tonight" and block the calls from that SIM card
  6. When powering steam locomotives, "small coal" could be swept by the fire draught straight up the chimney!
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  13. and soft... (although easy to hammer back into shape after an encounter with a bridge 'ole)
  14. Mrs 1st Ade did that a few years ago, leapt of the stern deck (hire boat) to a scream. At first I couldn't see the issue; her leg up to the knee had disappeared so it looked like she was kneeling! Her language was not exactly prayer like!
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  17. The one which annoys me is that otherwise excellent program - The Yorkshire Vet. The clue is in the title - it doesn't need a "may contain scenes of veterinary surgery which some viewers may find disturbing" before every episode
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  19. I'm sorry; I was replying to the member who replied to the the member who replied to the OP... There are some stupidly high frequency bands, designated for very high bandwidth very short range services (under 5G) which will give immense benefit to the few; those who are sat in the corner of a football stadium and want to see (again) the last goal in Slo Mo that they actually saw in real life a few seconds ago. I agree with @IanD that technically these are part of the 5G allocation (but practically the thin end of FA use)
  20. I think one application for 28 GHz is shopping mall's - almost outside each store - so you you can watch the in store video before you go in...
  21. It should be (just about) OK - but in normal use it shouldn't be dissipating very long, unless you are in the practice of leaving the ignition on and the engine not running for long periods... (if it's getting hot there is current flowing - if current is flowing and the engine is spinning the alternator will excite, if the alternator excites it will provide its own current and resister will no longer get hot...)
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