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- adj. Describing the condition in which two sea-going ships travelling in opposite directions pass each other on their port sides, making their red navigation lights face each other.
- adj. Describing the connection between two batteries' positive terminals, for instance when jump starting a car.
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The newest offering of red mobile, which now only needs a top-up of P30. 00 worth of load, no longer requires registration to avail of the P0. 50 red-to-red call rate.
This newest service offering also coincides with the latest tri-media advertising campaign of red mobile called Red Retro, which will kick off on July 3, 2009. red mobile's offer is consumable to the last centavo, giving the subscriber the flexibility to make a phone call or send an SMS message -- red-to-red or even to another network.
A nerve looks like a coaxial cable for your TV, except it doesn't have the green-to-green and red-to-red markers, so you have to figure out how to attach the appropriate cables.
For as low as P30. 00, subscribers will enjoy the country’s lowest call rate of P0. 50 per minute, for all red-to-red voice and video calls.
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