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Synonyms for switchboard

telephone central where circuits are completed with patchcords

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Last year, more than three million calls were made to the switchboard.
'Understandably, callers can get angry and annoyed if we can't find the person and our switchboard operators get equally frustrated by not being able to provide an adequate quality of service.'
When the software recognises prints from well-known "callers" - as decided by the show's producer, the switchboard will automatically hang up.
We know Barbie's not for boys, so we've got 10 cool boy's switchboards up for grabs, too.
Beeb switchboards were jammed last night after a man swore on Noel's House Party.
said it found burn marks on a makeshift power switchboard, and a dead animal nearby.
MegaFon, which had a 27.555m subscriber base at the end of August, has 38 base stations in Barnaul, the capital of the Altai Region, along with a switchboard with a capacity of 100,000 telephone numbers.
From Thursday this week patients calling the Junction Surgery in Birkhouse Lane will call a new 0844 number to relieve pressure on the main switchboard.
Crash teams in hospitals in Newcastle received incorrect messages from the central switchboard.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-6 May 2004-Telenor launches new switchboard solution(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Sue Taylor, central switchboard manager, receives a quality achiever's award for improving the performance and accuracy of the force's switchboard.
More than 1 million calls come through the Walsgrave Hospital switchboard each year and more than half a million come in to Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital.
Many of the more unusual queries were fielded by switchboard staff.
When users dial the new 020 codes, the switchboard will not recognise the new numbers because they have not been modified.