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  • n. Alternative form of dialer.


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  • A younger neighbour of William Watson's, John Smith of Beilby, who also distinguished himself as a dialler, is mentioned in the collection of mottoes.

    The Book of Sun-Dials

  • The dialler was Millie's grandmother Linda Wright, who knew that the baby was not allowed to play with the cell phone.

    11month baby girl helps unconscious mum by answering cell phone

  • As well as changing his grades, he uses a sequential phone dialler to dial into remote systems to locate a games publisher.

    War Games | SciFi UK Review

  • In general, each modem that contains an auto-dialler has its own way of requiring instructions to be sent to it.

    At King Lyndon's Court

  • Auto-dial - a pulse dialler and associated firmware are included in some more expensive models.

    At King Lyndon's Court

  • Newton, he left tokens of his boyish handiwork as a dialler.

    The Book of Sun-Dials

  • Time went on, a general election was pending, and late one evening the dialler was driven up to Mr. Serjeantson's door by a neighbour, who had fetched him out of a public-house, and urged the squire to keep him, or he would vote wrong.

    The Book of Sun-Dials

  • A dialler of former days, as a man of learning, combined no doubt other employments with that of making time tellers:

    The Book of Sun-Dials

  • He wished to put a sun-dial above it, and accordingly wrote to a well-known dialler in the neighbourhood.

    The Book of Sun-Dials

  • More than half of those were signed up by Sherman's team through an automated "demon dialler" phone fan out, in which respondents would answer the phone to hear a recorded message and then, if they so desired, could punch a number to sign up.

    CBC | Top Stories News


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