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- n. The sequence of digits used to identify a particular destination telephone in a network.
- n. A large number.
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- n. the number is used in calling a particular telephone
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The telephone number listed with her name on the medical examiner’s report was Valhalla’s number.
I handed this one back to the garage owner, thanked him, and gave him a card of my own with the telephone number of the St Francis on it, in case anything else should occur to him.
I went to the ‘S’ page and I put my name, address and telephone number right under Neil Sedaka’s …just in case she ever needed to write me or call me.
As she reached up to turn off the light, Sharron noticed the telephone number winking in the Caller-ID window.
The legend Calvin Franz Discreet Investigations and a telephone number had been written on the door in the same gold and black style, plain letters, three lines, chest-high, simple and to the point.
He looked at the address and then called directory assistance for a telephone number in Maryland: a shop called Not New But Nice.
Rudolf von Ribbentrop gave him his father's telephone number and ran back to his quarters to fetch his things.
Call several companies that offer self-directed annuities, or use the telephone number listed in the Self-Directed Annuities Planning Chart at the end of this chapter.
Flo's departure gave an excuse for my own, although it took many promises and an acceptance of the Greenfield telephone number to free me from the establishment.