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telephone

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call

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to communicate with (someone) by telephone

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(phonetics) an individual sound unit of speech without concern as to whether or not it is a phoneme of some language

electro-acoustic transducer for converting electric signals into sounds

get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone

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MENIFEE (APA-202)--September 26-30, 2006, Louisville, Kentucky, Contact Eddie Oortch, Phone (502) 327-8701, Email picklouis@insightbb.
MISSISSIPPI (BB-41)--June 5-11, 2006, Dubuque, Iowa, Contact Mike Hulen, Phone (870) 485-2362.
In the space of four or five years, we went from just having phone service to having phone, DSL, wireless.
Students just coming to college had spent far more time on their phone than the others," he says.
Already, we were regularly replacing phones and it seemed more cost effective in the long run to make the switch.
Other hardware manufacturers and phone networks will probably join in, in the same way that manufacturers incorporated the Microsoft web browser into PCs.
The "mode" refers to the fact that the phone supports a type of technology--like GSM or WCDMA (Wide-band Code Divisional Multiple Access).
To stop sneaky shutterbugs, many health clubs have banned cell phones from their changing rooms.
The CDP lets you simultaneously access the Internet or email while talking on the phone--all for the same price as a standard two-line phone that doesn't include data access," said Bruce Garfield, chief executive officer, Wave Industries Ltd.
So look in your junk drawer and dig out the cellular phone you tucked away when you upgraded your calling plan and/or purchased a new cell phone.
would eliminate the need to purchase a new phone when subscribing to a new service.
The big three mobile phone manufacturers--Ericsson, Motorola and Nokia--argue that the tests were misleading and that their products meet the strictest standards set by the government.
Every cellular phone has an electronic serial number (ESN).
Other key findings of the Report's mobile phone section include:
His dual-mode phone, which has cellular and WiFi capabilities, logged more than 17 hours connected to WiFi hot spots across Europe.