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  • n. Plural form of phone number.


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  • And we planned for Ned to call Green Solutions the next morning from his work-study job all the University phone numbers had the same exchange.


  • Cook and his wife, Jackie Haines, were told by Scotland Yard in April this year their mobile phone numbers and payroll details had been found in Mulcaire's notebook.

    Families of 7/7 victims 'were targets of phone hacking'

  • This was the code with which all the phone numbers were encrypted, and this was how it was discovered that Hat Man was Ralph Hale, along with the identity of every encoded name on the desk calendar.


  • Mr. Romero said during a recent six-month period, 35% of foreign nationals making appointments for driving tests in New Mexico provided phone numbers with out-of-state area codes.

    Driver's License Fight to Be Renewed

  • Then he started to tell me about Sid Blessing's service record, but I cut him short and had him dig up and read to me a list of phone numbers Suits had given me last August.

    Till the Butchers Cut Him Down

  • "It'll teach her not to put phone numbers on the net instead of a netsign where she'd know who was at the other end."


  • I had a patient in my outpatient practice who had a newfound love for single-edge razor blades and another patient who had been paging me to pay phone numbers on weekends just to check on me and reassure himself that I was a responsive and caring human being.

    Critical Conditions

  • The first two were W.B. and K.K. They had phone numbers alongside.

    Killing Floor


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