from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, or designating a long-distance telephone call in which the caller is charged upon reaching anyone at the receiving number.
- adv. By station-to-station long-distance telephone.
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- n. A contranym which may mean:
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The latter two are gone, and so are the days when the White Sox played station-to-station baseball.
Some riders wrote in to point out that the station-to-station signs are most useful to tourists and transit newbies.
A larger, rectangular sign advised that riders using paper Farecards would be charged an extra quarter and that the bigger sign, the one showing the station-to-station charges, was showing the cost for SmarTrip users only.
Outfielders tended to lay back, which suited the era of lumbering, station-to-station baseball.
I make my own station-to-station calls, thank you very much.
The estimations on the travelling times comes from station-to-station commute time data from the Metropolitan Transit Authority, and walking calculations are via Manhattan Distance at 3mph.
It has a station-to-station subspace tunnel array.
Otherwise it was station-to-station, groundout to groundout, same old to same old.
For example, an international direct dial telephone call placed from the US to Madrid, Spain, would be as follows: 011  (1) 577-xxxx, where 011 is the international access code for station-to-station calls; 01 is for calls other than station-to-station calls,  is the country code for Spain, (1) is the city code for Madrid, 577 is the local exchange, and xxxx is the local telephone number.
With our station-to-station offense, there are times when it would be really great to have someone who can blaze around the basepaths.
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