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- n. Variant of walkie-talkie.
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- n. Alternative form of walkie-talkie.
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- n. small portable radio link (receiver and transmitter)
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Well, I got to the scene where the main characters were holding the military walky-talky and ... someone else entirely talked out of the radio.
A uniformed ORDERLY uses a walky-talky near the hangar door.
WHITE HOUSE HELICOPTER HANGAR - NIGHT A uniformed ORDERLY uses a walky-talky near the hangar door.
I called Hammer on the walky-talky and we did not have any trouble gathering the kids up, since they were mostly already at the meeting spot for lunch.
They are communicating by walky-talky & at one point I overheard Monk telling Lucius, "I guess you can have a break ... come inside and get a glass of water."
I am not talking about sight or glowing in the dark, which are public, but something more like a private walky-talky type of communication between closely related individuals of a species.
The carpenter walks around with a laser level and a pneumatic gun that shoots nails into the wall and a walky-talky so he or she can communicate.
Then the suits were turned over to Art for installation of walky-talky equipment.
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