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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of radio-tag.
  • adj. radiolabelled
  • adj. Fitted with a radio tag


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  • In a declining lemming population in an alpine area in Norway, almost 50% predation was demonstrated by following the fates of radio-tagged individuals [122].

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  • "The only definite case of a wolf in Missouri recently that Davidson could remember was from several years back when someone in Grundy County shot what they thought was a coyote and it turned out to be a radio-tagged wolf from a northern state that had wandered south."

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  • Refuse to have your newborn radio-tagged by your birthing hospital.

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  • One gadget: a radio-tagged pass that passengers only need to swipe at a terminal to check in, instead of manually typing in last names or confirmation codes.

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  • Infosys engineers have designed a cosmetics mirror that turns into an information screen when a radio-tagged lipstick is brought close it, to recommend coordinating colors and products to customers.

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  • It is impossible, of course, to know for sure if I am seeing separate groups without the birds being banded, radio-tagged and/or recorded by two different people in two separate locations at the same time.

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  • Movements and haul-out behaviour of radio-tagged harbor seals,

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  • Mr Holt radio-tagged nightingales in Bradfield Woods in Suffolk and established paired plots of woodland, half with deer allowed in, and half with them kept out.

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  • We've been following the Common Loons radio-tagged last summer as the birds migrate south for the winter see post below. rss feed

  • Next was East Grand Terre Island, where another radio-tagged pair dug for oysters in the sand against a backdrop of orange-clad oil cleanup workers. Top Stories


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