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  • n. Plural form of handphone.


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  • “I think they carry handphones all the time,” Fausto said.

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  • A lot of people stopped and took out their handphones to take pictures.

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  • Missed the chance to buy your dream laptops, handphones, cameras, plasma TVs and other electronic products?

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  • Add to that holidays, new computers/handphones/gadgets, dental and doctor fees, indulgences, daily expenditure on food and water, new clothes and what not, and you are looking at a hefty sum of money.

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  • Unfortunately, it seems that he and some other international participants felt rather annoyed at poor attendandes for the different papers being presented and the attitudes of some of the Malaysian participants who allowed their handphones to ring during the talks.

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  • China Minsitry of Informational Industry MII said it will 'guide enterprises to develop $30 handphones and $100 computers'

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  • It has been brought to our attention that thefts of handphones and wallets have occurred at the Expo during the UOL exams.

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  • I usually don't pay much attention to the latest handphones.

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  • Not leaving their handphones on, not at home while on medical leave, not in camp while supposed to be, it gave us a lot of problems trying to find replacement.

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  • I'm feeling kinda lost, and unprepared for the 20-day ordeal. 20 days in a foreign land, where the temperatures can hit 38 degrees, where most of the time would be spent outfield, being evaluated. 20 days of no handphones, no internet, no games.

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