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- n. Plural form of communication.
- n. Telecommunications, the science and technology of communicating, especially by electronic means.
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- n. the discipline that studies the principles of transmiting information and the methods by which it is delivered (as print or radio or television etc.)
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_all inquiries respecting communications forwarded for insertion should specify the subjects of such communications_.
It is an era of belief in communications from the spirit land.
Abraham Sofaer, who chairs Gen-Probe's nominating and governance committee, cites what he describes as a communications mix-up that kept investors and ISS from receiving an explanation of Ms. Jemison's absences before the vote.
At the heart of the communications transformation is the creation of what we call the communications center.
The incident occurred amid tensions over North Korea's plan to launch what it calls a communications satellite in early April - which the US says is actually a disguised missile test.
North Korea launched what it called a communications satellite, Kwangmyongsong-2, via a three-stage rocket on Sunday and claimed it had successfully made it into orbit.
The nuclear-armed communist North says says it is planning to launch what it calls a communications satellite, and has defied demands from the United States and its regional allies to cancel the exercise.
Communist North Korea has said it intends to launch what it describes as a communications satellite between April 4 and 8.
North Korea has completed preparations for what it calls a communications satellite to be launched "soon,"
North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency said preparations to fire off what it calls a communications satellite on an Unha-2 carrier rocket 'have been completed.'
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