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  • n. Alternative spelling of radiotelephone.


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  • In 1966, a Time Magazine profile said he had 14 phone lines in his South Orange, N.J., home and an 11-channel radio-telephone in his chauffeured limousine.

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  • The message center was on the line to relay a report Dulles had just delivered by radio-telephone.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • He set up weekly radio-telephone calls to the OSS message center in Washington.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • In those days communication was very difficult and really limited to the above towns; anything out in the actual spill area was by VHF radio or other radio-telephone service.

    Offshore Safety Factoids | RedState

  • Trujillo handed the microphone back to her radio-telephone operator.

    The Lensman's Children

  • Such fantastic inventions will never literally come to pass, any more than high-speed electronic calculation machines will be able to send motion pictures or lines of text from one hand-held radio-telephone set to another: the size of the vacuum tubes needed, if nothing else, would be prohibitive.

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  • Once airborne, the squadrons would be commanded by radio-telephone (R/T) from their sector station.

    The Battle of Britain

  • Wednesday's battle, sources said by radio-telephone.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The French company had granted R10 million for the first phase of the project, which included the provision of a radio-telephone service to police stations, clinics and schools.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • There is also a transcript of a radio-telephone conversation between ARCO and

    Pierce, John D.


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