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telephone calls


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  • n. Plural form of telephone call.


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  • He laboured all the afternoon and far into the night, breaking away only to make two telephone calls to the St Francis from his new Italian friends down the street, but there were no messages.

    Locked Rooms

  • When Maigret got back to his office, he found a transcript of all the telephone calls made to and from the Sabin-Levesque fiat.

    Maigret and Monsieur Charles

  • Later I heard that the Red Cross got 53,000 telephone calls pledging more than $4 million in response to George’s message.

    Barbara Bush

  • Maigret nodded, and walked away to his office next door, where he found the inspector who was dealing with telephone calls and visitors who claimed to identify Arlette.

    Maigret in Montmartre

  • Perhaps you’ve forgotten we traced Ellis’s telephone calls from the time I saw him first.

    The Port of London Murders

  • The early editions of the evening papers had printed Arlette’s photograph, and as usual several telephone calls had been received.

    Maigret in Montmartre

  • She had other things to do than to stay up all night answering telephone calls and giving messages to Major Fentiman.

    The Unpleasantness At The Belladonna Club

  • Gomulka received transcripts of telephone calls of congratulations to the Israeli embassy by high Polish officials of Jewish background.

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • It is also the case that he was subject to a steady stream of telephone calls from the nervous ObdH, who himself was under more or less constant cross-examination by Hitler.



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