Relaying Sentence Examples
Elise and Dan were a good team, relaying hand signals and other silent communications with nothing more than a glance at each other.
Play a game to practice relaying accurate messages 30 mins.
Let the turf be taken off with the spade, and laid carefully aside for relaying.
Capsaicin, which is what gives cayenne the heat, inhibits substance P and keeps it from relaying the pain effectively.
Critics of the method claim that facilitators are controlling the communication and not really relaying the wishes of the patient.Advertisement
For instance, if your customer has a complaint, she may feel more comfortable relaying her concerns through an informal guestbook rather than a complicated form.
These two regions of production, Arcachon and M orbihan supply young oysters for "relaying," i.e.
The arrival of ballast hopper wagons from Romania allowed additional relaying to take place this year.
Relaying on outside sources to receive ad information, Bfads posts the sales as soon as they get them.
The nerve cells most affected by FA are those in the spinal cord involved in relaying information between muscles and the brain.Advertisement
Vogue prides itself on relaying all the latest trends, but with a keen eye towards haute couture.
His sisters followed, D'Ryn relaying the information to her sisters.
Rules drafted by the Board of Trade under this act came into force on the 8th of August 1902, the subjects referred to being (I) labelling of wagons; (2) movements of wagons by propping and tow-roping; (3) power-brakes on engines; (4) lighting of stations and sidings; (g) protection of points, rods, &c.; (6) construction and protection of gauge-glasses; (7) arrangement of tool-boxes, &c., on engines; (8) provision of brake-vans for trains upon running lines beyond the limits of stations; (9) protection to permanent-way men when relaying or repairing permanent way.
As no practical process of telephone relaying has been devised, it is extremely important that the character of the line should be such as to favour the preservation of the strength and form of the telephone current.