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- v. To fit (an object) with a radio tag.
- n. Alternative spelling of radio tag.
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The Wal-Mart corporation is also a candidate in my view a very good one, because it wants to radio-tag its stock, thereby exposing humankind to the Mark of the Beast.
Photo credits: U.S. Geological Survey Scientists radio-tag walruses in the Chukchi and Bering seas to better understand their movements and foraging behavior, undated photo
A beaver that has been removed from private property and has had a radio-tag placed on its tail is released on a stream in Douglas County.
A beaver is fitted with a radio-tag to keep track of where it goes as part of a Department of Oregon Fish and Wildlife program to relocate beavers to new areas where they hopefully will improve fish habitat.
study, and survey birds, we photograph them, we leg-band, color-band, neck-collar, and radio-tag them to track their daily movements, we use radar to track their seasonal migrations, and we erect surveillance cameras to watch and record their most intimate behaviors.