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beep

noun A single detonation of a beeper.
 
verb To contact another person by portable pager—e.g., Dr. Kildare was beeped on rounds. Page is the more commonly used written form.

beep

Bleep, British verb To contact by portable pager–eg, Dr. Kildare was beeped on rounds
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com)-- Bleep UK PLC has installed a new EPOS system for the Fruit Exchange, a new convenience concept centred on fresh fruit produce.
Steve Priest VAR Channel Account Manager of Avery Berkel said, "We are proud to be working with Bleep UK PLC who has over 30 years experience in the industry.
Bleep PayPOS was officially unveiled to the market at the Restaurant Show in London in October with a series of live demonstrations, emphasising the key benefits of transaction speed and EPOS integration.
A SET-TOP box which bleeps out swear words and bad language from TV programmes is set to go on sale in Britain next year.
Which made it on the air without the bleep, even while tape delayed.
And the armband vibrates to signal the ref when he's unable to hear the bleep over the noise of the crown.
It became house music in the 80s, then the invention of the Roland 909 drum machine gave it its current repetitive bleep, bleep sound.
The question seemed to amuse Cates, who said, ``Well, we have the bleep machine ready.
THE BLEEP test has long been a highly definitive measure of fitness.
Ed, aged 24, of Willenhall, said: "I have been told I didn't deserve to be travelling on a bus, I've had 'what are doing in that bleep wheelchair you bleep, bleep?
They used the bleep test - where participants have to run laps at increasing speed until they can no longer keep up with the bleep - to test fitness levels among children.
If they bleep it, oh well, I'll just say it someplace else.