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  • n. telephone line


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  • ‘Are you saying I have to go BUY a new phone to find out if your phoneline is faulty?!’

    Retro Web - :: gia’s blog ::

  • Of course being practically bed bound, the other disadvantage of waiting for the phoneline is the fact we have no internet, we have no Sky TV, we can't use the Kindles we got for Christmas because there is no internet connection.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Even though I was statemented at the hospital on 7/7, photographed by the police brandishing my sooty bloodstained bandage with a blackened face and Einstein hair, gave another phone interview to the anti-terrorism hotline on 8/7, did a 4 hour interview with the police in my garden on 9/7, visited the Victoria Familiy Liason Centre for bereaved and survivors in July, have set up Kings Cross United, have called the phoneline several times - they still don't have me on the list.

    Survivor meeting

  • The implementation of the BBFC age ratings will never work, not while there are still all the council trash mothers buying their 6 year olds GTA IV so that they can sit and watch Jeremy Kyle in peace, the only chance that it could ever work is if they set up some kind of phoneline where you could let some policing authority know that these moronic parents are buying are-restricted games for underage persons, and the person supplying the game was severely fined or jailed, like they are if their kid plays truant. News

  • Whether you get your phoneline from Bell or not, the throttled 3rd party service is still the same issue.

    Call for class action against Bell Canada

  • But the holes in this sieve are significant enough, and they have all to do with identity and legitimacy rather than military tactics: the Taliban's continuing ability to connect with the local population – they even run their own version of a Crimestoppers phoneline; the harassment, corruption and abuse pushing clients into their arms; the local deals done with Afghan government forces – and all this in the 11th year of this conflict.

    Afghanistan: the big lie | Editorial

  • The group have made efforts to democratise their next attack by creating a phoneline that allows fans to suggest potential targets.

    Our pick of the week: The story, the stat, the quote, the tweet

  • So when there is a blip with your donations webpage, a dip in your phoneline capacity, a break in the line of communication between one server and another this can have huge implications.

    'Charities? I'd like to see more collaboration and less competition'

  • Saadi was talking from a traceable phoneline, which suggests he is no longer trying to keep his own location a secret.

    Rebel forces surround Libyan town where Gaddafi is believed to be hiding

  • It turns out the implosion of Britain's establishment is as much of a Twitterfest as the X Factor final, with only a slightly different phoneline policy.

    Rupert Murdoch and his robot sidekick steal the show as Cameron sweats it out | Marina Hyde


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