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- v. Present participle of roam.
- n. An instance of wandering.
- n. The ability to use a cell phone outside of its original registering zone.
- n. The use of a network or service from different locations or devices.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Wow, free facebook while roaming is pretty suprising.
We have Verizon and it is in roaming while we are here.
Once the water reaches fifty degrees and above, and the sun starts to stay out longer and longer, these large females will begin roaming the shallows and looking for food that will build weight and is easy to catch without expending a lot of energy.
That said … I still think this project would get better traction in Europe, where the population densities are higher, mobile roaming is a shark, and ISP+Carriers are still trying to get a grapple on which way is North (certain markets/cities are served very well, while expansion plans are often perplexing).
This has happened to me at least twice, when I've been traveling and find myself in roaming areas for extensive periods of time.
Due to the diligent efforts of the American Bison Society, the buffaloes are once again roaming parts of the central U.S..
These animals are like huge rat-like vermin roaming everwhere.
Positives: Large mazes, over 400 actors in roaming the park, fun dance areas, safe environment, good amount of scares for even the most brave of people, free concerts, unique atmosphere
And who are likely to be substantial personal beneficiaries from the reduction in roaming charges?
I can attest to the fact that the gouge for WiFi roaming is a profit burden, and not much else.
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