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  • n. Plural form of pager.


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  • Doctors still wear -- some professions still wear pagers, which is interesting.

    CNN Transcript Feb 18, 2008

  • The pagers were a secondary device, ham radio comes first. Top headlines

  • After all, the pagers are the property of the US government.

    TG Daily

  • Pager suppliers and carriers will continue to reposition one - and two-way word pagers as Internet extensions that receive e-mail, access Web-based information services, and in some cases, double as trimmed-down PDAs.

    TWICE - Digital Imaging News

  • Some consumer goods that are popular now will also be added to the CPI, while some items that are no longer widely used, such as pagers, will be dropped, the person said.

    China to Adjust Price-Index Weighting

  • The measurements and images taken by the satellite are intended to test and enhance an existing computer model of these auroras, as part of an effort to better predict space weather that can damage spacecraft electronics and disrupt communication networks such as pagers and cell phones. - Articles related to Russian cargo vessel misses space station

  • Supreme Court case directly addressing public employees 'privacy rights with respect to communications via employer-issued communications devices such as pagers, cell phones and smart phones.

    Mondaq.Com - feed of articles

  • Landlines accounted for 43 percent, with the remaining 2 percent going for other services, such as pagers and phone cards.

    National Business News - Local Business News | bizjournals

  • • Don't display your cash or any other inviting targets such as pagers, cell phones, hand-held electronic games or expensive jewelry and clothing. - RSS

  • He kept in contact with them via modern belt pagers, a fairly new addition to communication technology.

    Kill the Irishman


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