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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of dial.


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  • I left a message because the “Grand Central subscriber you have dialed is not available.”

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Help me test this

  • Every email sent, every phone call dialed has an impact.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Not sure if it can be dialed from the USA, but try prefixing it with the usual 011-52

    Long distance bus schedules

  • So here’s one belated thought about Smith v. Maryland, the 1979 Supreme Court case establishing that pen registers and trap-and-trace devices (which record the numbers dialed from a particular phone and the numbers calling in, respectively) were not Fourth Amendment “searches.”

    Revisiting Smith v. Maryland

  • As the truck crossed the two-lane and turned onto the wood bridge that spanned the moat around the Abelard house, Clete memorized the tag and dialed a number on his cell phone.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • The memory chip's been deactivated so that the phone doesn't record the last call dialed or incoming calls — the log features are out completely.

    The Stone Monkey

  • The Communications Attendant answers all incoming calls dialed to EMH, EMCH, ECD and BOC facilities, the Physician Answering Service and all internal healthcare system calls. - News

  • Valuable time is lost in responding to these calls dialed in error, police said.

    SIMCOE - Home

  • Job Details:The Telecom Assoc answers all incoming calls dialed to EMH, EMCH, ECD and - News

  • According to the criminal complaint, Jaeger's cell phone records show no calls dialed or answered from her phone since January 9th.

    WBAY Action 2 News


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