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  • v. To make a telephone call to one's home.
  • v. To contact a remote service for instructions, identification, etc.


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  • She loved intelligent, decisive people who did things briskly, and on a few occasions when she had to phone home and found herself speaking down the line to Rosario, she realized how much she missed Rosario‚Äôs intelligence, almost exquisite at times in its depth of perception, and her way of moving, so elegant and careful and poised.

    The Empty Family


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