“For those who prefer to join the conference call telephonically, use the following information and dial in several minutes prior to the start of the call:”
“Palin blamed them for not having the meeting "telephonically" ... then it got messy.”
“telephonically", before considering issuing a compliance order.”
“Telephone records showing that Wisconsin attorney Matt Flynn, who represented the Carter family, was appearing telephonically from the Salt Lake City offices of Kirton & McConkie are a part of the court record in the Racine, Wisconsin, Circuit Court case file.”
“Judge Roll was notified about Congresswoman Giffords' event telephonically on or about January 7, 2011. having spoken to Pia Carusone, the Chief of Staff for Congresswoman Giffords in Washington D.C., U.S.”
“He said he'd told "a couple" of congresspeople "telephonically" that he'd like the Metro money saved, but he hasn't actively lobbied them or even sent an official letter.”
“FBI, Fraud Special Agent, ..., was telephonically (voice mail) advised on 2/8/08, of subject Nelson and FOIA Report.”
“At one point he stated telephonically that things were getting much more difficult in Iraq primarily because Iran was doing more with weapons of military destruction and he couldn't say anything more about it.”
“All our products and health benefit plans for smaller employers offer built-in wellness programs, such as health risk assessments, coaching program (online and telephonically) for customers, access to our Web portal mycigna. com as well as chronic condition support programs.”
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