Walkie-Talkie

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A slang term for a patient who can ambulate and converse
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The general consumer segment is estimated to account for over 90% share of the global wearable digital walkie-talkie market by the end of 2015 and is expected to remain dominant throughout the forecast period.
These walkie-talkie sets are of the same type used by international forces in Afghanistan, Samaa TV reports.
Ham radio operators often start by purchasing $150 walkie-talkies, then graduate to $500 to $600 shortwave radios for their homes, Sturdevant said.
After receiving such favorable responses from the survey, I then submitted a proposal requesting funding to purchase the walkie-talkies from both the College Technology Committee and the College Teaching and Learning Committee.
The 2,000 guards were dressed in sky-blue leisure suits and jaunty caps, and carried only walkie-talkies.
The security guards are unarmed but carry walkie-talkies and are in constant contact with their base of operations, You might also catch a glimpse of them riding around town in their custom-painted Hummer.
The new products, which are manufactured by Motorola, are like walkie-talkies but smaller and less expensive.
Will they use hand signals, whistles, boat horns, walkie-talkies, cellular telephones, or a public address system?
Using a multimedia display and a live demonstration, "The Science of Wireless," will trace the evolution of wireless telephones from radio phones, CB radios and walkie-talkies, he said.
Limited Tenders are invited for Purchase of spares(5 items) for walkie-talkies.
He added intelligence operatives had recovered three Kalashnikov assault rifles, a machine gun, two walkie-talkies, mines and explosives from the detainees.
Last week's column - about the lowlifes who broke into Haskell Avenue Elementary in Granada Hills and took their sweet time stealing classroom computers, walkie-talkies, printers and teaching supplies - drew a strong response from readers outraged by the audacity of the crime.