A metal strand
line, electric wire, cable, aerial, circuit, wiring, live wire, coil, conductor, filament, musical string, wire tape, wire cord.
A metal net
barbed wire, wire fence, chicken wire, wirework, wire cage, wire basket, wire cloth, wire entanglement; see also fence 1, 2, net.
*A telegraphic message
cablegram, telegram, message, night message, night letter, code message.
to the very end, to the bitter end, at the last, eventually; see finally 2.
just make it, succeed, just squeak through*; see arrive 1.
exert influence, go to the right people, use pull*; see influence, manage 1.
To install wire
set up a circuit, install electricity, lay wires, connect electric cables, prepare for electrical service, pipe*, tie on the spiders*; see also electrify 1.
*To send a message by wire
telegraph, flash, file; see notify.
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