caller


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a social or business visitor

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an investor who buys a call option

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the bettor in a card game who matches the bet and calls for a show of hands

a person who announces the changes of steps during a dance

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someone who proclaims or summons in a loud voice

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the person who convenes a meeting

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the person initiating a telephone call

providing coolness

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fresh

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A man at the far end motioned him toward an inner apartment, giving no further sign of recognition until he had passed in after the caller and closed the door.
Coulson a somewhat bewildering succession of callers. The first to arrive was a gentleman who introduced himself as Mr.
She remembered her caller of the afternoon, and knew the moment was too propitious to let pass.
Pontellier scanned the names of his wife's callers, reading some of them aloud, with comments as he read.
After finishing her dinner she went to her room, having instructed the boy to tell any other callers that she was indisposed.
Sometimes callers from a distance invade my solitude, and it is on these occasions that I realise how absolutely alone each individual is, and how far away from his neighbour; and while they talk(generally about babies, past, present, and to come), I fall to wondering at the vast and impassable distance that separates one's own soul from the soul of the person sitting in the next chair.
I have been much afflicted again lately by visitors-- not stray callers to be got rid of after a due administration of tea and things you are sorry afterwards that you said, but people staying in the house and not to be got rid of at all.
Before these callers were gone, the brother of the Widow Steavens, who lived on the Black Hawk road, drew up at our door, and after him came the father of the German family, our nearest neighbours on the south.
The callers left before nine, and at that hour (an impossibly dissipated one for the brick house) the family retired for the night.
In fact, our only visitors were business callers, and as a rule these came but to wrangle, to argue, and to raise a disturbance.
That evening Dorothy had many callers, and among them were such important people as Tiktok, a machine man who thought and spoke and moved by clockwork; her old companion the genial Shaggy Man; Jack Pumpkinhead, whose body was brush-wood and whose head was a ripe pumpkin with a face carved upon it; the Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger, two great beasts from the forest, who served Princess Ozma, and Professor H.
Good-bye calls had to be made and received, being pleasant or otherwise, according to whether callers and called-upon were heartily in sympathy with Anne's hopes, or thought she was too much puffed-up over going to college and that it was their duty to "take her down a peg or two."
Residents have been urged to vote for their favourite bingo caller.
Digital transformation service provider, Globacom, has enhanced its Caller Ring Back Tunes service, otherwise known as CRBTs in the telecoms parlance, all aimed at delighting millions of subscribers on its network.
"Ten years ago a typical caller to National Debtline was struggling to pay credit cards and personal loans.