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beeper

n. a portable electronic pager (signal). I have somebody call me during a meeting so my beeper will go off and get me out of it.
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T&B 2500 (Train & Beep) Series Described as the ultimate e-collar for the upland gamebird hunter, the new Dogtra Train & Beep features a beeper horn that is built into the receiver for a less bulky look.
1) If annoyance level is any indication, backup beepers may be one of the most harmful noises.
I went on the Eurotunnel train and where the assistant waves you precariously close to the car in front, the beepers were going mental and the noise deafening.
While the combined number of subscribers to cellphone and PHS services topped 100 million at the end of January, the number of beeper users plunged to 445,000, including a little more than 130,000 subscribers to NTT DoCoMo's service.
Ron Bochner, came up with the idea of clipping his beeper to the back of his scrubs at the neckline.
With our beeper network we're trying to develop value-added services like telemetry," says Chauta, referring to data-transmission technology.
No problem you think, you'll just pop out and get one of those universal beepers.
Systems under development include rapid fax, e-mail and beeper systems.
It uses the Smart Beeper to send notes to pagers when Class Factors degrade.
It involves a beeper system, similar to the one used in tennis, when the ball crossed the line.
I don't think you should be allowed to bring a beeper or cell phone to school.
Knotts(16) (a beeper placed in a container), United States v.
News & World Report recently ran a heart-warming piece about the rise of "virtual parents," who, while working late at the office or away on business, correct their children's homework by fax, oversee their dating life by phone, and keep track of their whereabouts by beeper.
Your answering machine, voice mail, E-mail or beeper can serve as surrogates.
This business also includes establishments primarily engaged in providing telephone paging and beeper services and those engaged in leasing telephone lines or other methods of telephone transmission, such as optical fiber lines and microwave or satellite facilities, and reselling the use of such methods to others.