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- n. Plural form of radiotelephone.
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King Abdul-Aziz knew Aramco needed the radiotelephones—and he even wanted one for himself.
From an early stage, Racal appreciated that its radiotelephones would transmit data as well as speech.
Now everything of it detached, whether it found the same wavelength, on which the radiotelephones had worked.
Telecommunications: broadcast stations - 1 AM, no FM, no TV; 300 radiotelephones; 4,000 radios; 108 telephones
Telephone system: 108 telephones; 300 radiotelephones local: NA intercity: NA international: NA
This is automotive disassemblies, points of acceptance of non-ferrous scrap and previously-owned radiotelephones, pawnshops ...
When Aramco’s early geologists began exploring for oil in the 1930s, they needed to import radiotelephones.
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