Definitions

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  • v. To fit (an object) with a radio tag.
  • n. Alternative spelling of radio tag.

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Examples

  • The Wal-Mart corporation is also a candidate in my view a very good one, because it wants to radio-tag its stock, thereby exposing humankind to the Mark of the Beast.

    Archive 2004-04-01

  • Photo credits: U.S. Geological Survey Scientists radio-tag walruses in the Chukchi and Bering seas to better understand their movements and foraging behavior, undated photo

    Reuters: Press Release

  • A beaver that has been removed from private property and has had a radio-tag placed on its tail is released on a stream in Douglas County.

    News Review - Top Stories

  • A beaver is fitted with a radio-tag to keep track of where it goes as part of a Department of Oregon Fish and Wildlife program to relocate beavers to new areas where they hopefully will improve fish habitat.

    News Review - Top Stories

  • study, and survey birds, we photograph them, we leg-band, color-band, neck-collar, and radio-tag them to track their daily movements, we use radar to track their seasonal migrations, and we erect surveillance cameras to watch and record their most intimate behaviors.

    Birders as Voyeurs

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