Walkie-Talkie


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A slang term for a patient who can ambulate and converse
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when he pushed me, the walkie-talkie fell from my hand and broke," the policeman said.
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.
If they use TTtalk Walkie-Talkie, they will never miss a message.
The use of US-made walkie-talkie sets is banned in Pakistan.
After receiving funding for the project in October of 1995, I implemented the walkie-talkie system in both of my intro to economics classes.
All I would have had to do is get on the walkie-talkie, put on a deep voice and say something like: "Yes, it's John here, I've just seen Angel Cabrera kicking his ball along in the rough, so we're going to have to disqualify him from the tournament.
The Motorola i560 includes features that Nextel customers asked for in a flip-style rugged handset, including our Group Connect and Direct Talk walkie-talkie services, Java capability and an external display," said Blair Kutrow, vice president, Voice Services and Subscriber Devices, Nextel.
Now in Canada, the United States, Mexico, Argentina, Peru and Brazil, NII's popular push-to-talk walkie-talkie service has typically been a favorite among corporate clients.
For example, a fire chief using a walkie-talkie to contact the walkie-talkie carried by a policeman in a burning building has to hope that the two devices have the same type of dedicated hardware, Robert said.
A NIGHTCLUB doorman has been sentenced to five years in prison after ramming his walkie-talkie into a student's face so hard it caused his eyeball to explode.
As a result most companies are planning high speed services - but some think the walkie-talkie could help, as well.