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1 to 99 uncoupled locomotives 100 to 499 four-coupled passenger train locomotives 500 to 799 four-coupled goods train locomotives 800 to 1399 six-coupled goods train locomotives 1400 to 1699 four-coupled tank ...
... capacity exists for several units to be coupled in service, passengers may not under normal circumstances move between coupled cars ... Conductors transfer between coupled cars at station stops when necessary, including for checking tickets ...
... In electronics, emitter-coupled logic (ECL) is a high-speed integrated circuit bipolar transistor logic family ... As the current is steered between two legs of an emitter-coupled pair, ECL is sometimes called current-steering logic (CSL), current-mode logic (CML) or current-switch emitter-follower (C ... The equivalent of emitter-coupled logic made out of FETs is called source-coupled FET logic (SCFL) ...
... high-pressure cylinders drove the second coupled axle, whilst the inside low-pressure cylinders drove the first ... The coupled axles were fixed to the frame ... The locomotives were coupled with Saxon tenders of classes sä 2'2' T 18, sä 2'2' T 19.5 and sä 2'2' T 21 ...
... Multiphysics typically involves solving coupled systems of partial differential equations ... Many physical simulations involve coupled systems, such as electric and magnetic fields for electromagnetism, pressure and velocity for sound, or the real and the imaginary part of the quantum ... field and the electron wave functions are coupled ...
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“Creativity seems to emerge from multiple experiences, coupled with a well-supported development of personal resources, including a sense of freedom to venture beyond the known.”
—Loris Malaguzzi (20th century)
“That is coupled to foul thraldom.
But if he had assayed it,
Then all perquer he should it wit;
And should think freedom more to prize
Than all the gold in world that is.”
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“The sensual and spiritual are linked together by a mysterious bond, sensed by our emotions, though hidden from our eyes. To this double nature of the visible and invisible worldto the profound longing for the latter, coupled with the feeling of the sweet necessity for the former, we owe all sound and logical systems of philosophy, truly based on the immutable principles of our nature, just as from the same source arise the most senseless enthusiasms.”
—Karl Wilhelm Von Humboldt (17671835)