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- n. Outward bound telephone calls.
- n. An invitation to fight; the act of one child calling out another.
- n. A pull quote: an excerpt from an article (such as in a news magazine) that is duplicated in a large font alongside the article so as to grab a reader's attention and indicate the article's topic.
- n. A summons to someone designated as being on call
- n. An annotation that pertains to a specific location in a body of text or a graphic, and that is visually linked to that location by a mark or a matching pair of marks.
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All because of what 1 person thought and a little score tag 'callout' next to the wine?
My conclusion is expressed in the article's last "callout": that China's reemergence is natural and legitimate.
Asa cu ti-am explicat acesta nu e un serviciu de '' callout ''.
Juan Manuel Marquez's televised "callout" of retired Floyd Mayweather Jr. was not merely a distraction for the Mexican ringmaster's real desire to land a third fight against archrival Manny Pacquiao.
Video, audio, screen recording, and callout actions are all included in the software.
It's that time again -- this serves as the first callout for our fifth annual Peeps Diorama Contest.
By comparison, if I needed to have my boiler repaired, I could easily expect to pay a callout fee of anything from £75.
As part of the current packaging change, the front panel of the current 10 ½ oz size SunChips package features a callout, “Renewable materials make up 33% of this bag.”
A spokesman for the Home Office said it did not keep figures on how quickly officers responded to callout times, despite its pledge.
The new answer appears to be "just one, and she'll charge you a £40 callout fee".