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These vital staff carry bleepers so they can be summoned to any major incident from anywhere in the hospital.
When foxes went to earth and the terriers were needed, we didn't have bleeper collars to follow their movements underground.
The Magazine has sorted out the keepers, sleepers and bleepers to help you get real with your draft.
He said: 'I heard the bleepers going on the CCTV at about 6am.
The Scots band had arrived in Auckland as part of their world tour and were going through airport security when the alarm bleepers started going off.
The doctors voted to be allowed to use mobiles instead of bleepers to communicate with colleagues.
Medics at the British Medical Association conference in Llandudno said they should be allowed to use mobiles rather than bleepers to communicate with colleagues.
Northumbria Healthcare Trust chief executive Sue Page said: "I took the family to Florida last year and we were handed one of these bleepers at a restaurant, that went off when a table was free.
Teachers in Birmingham are to receive bleepers and radio handsets in a bid to stem a rising tide of classroom violence.
He called the girls on their bleepers and they flew in from all over the country to party with him," the ex-friend said.
The delegates said they should be allowed to use mobiles rather than bleepers to communicate with colleagues.