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call letters

[′kȯl ‚led·ərz]
(communications)
Identifying letters, sometimes including numerals, assigned to radio and television stations by the Federal Communications Commission and other regulatory authorities throughout the world. Also known as call sign.
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The eligible candidates, who do not receive the said test call letters, May obtain the duplicate thereof from the office of the Addl.
All candidates have been asked to bring their original computerized CNIC and call letters roll number slip to the Examination Hall.
Those call letters haven't been assigned to this market since February 2004.
WKBA is so notoriously racist that it's joked that the call letters stand for "Whites Kicking Blacks' Ass.
Call letters across the country seem to be spelling out K-GAY, And Chicago's LesBiGay Radio show is leading the waves
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The case stems from the convergence of Internet and television, as Internet startup Positive Ions attempts to protect its ION call letters.
Moreover, call letters for interview are also being issued to the above mentioned successful candidates.
According to details, call letters for the recruitment of Daftri and Naib Qasid in LHC have been issued to the eligible candidates who are 18 to 25 years old having educational qualification of middle standard, matric or intermediate.
The University has sent the Call letters to all eligible students for participation in the entry test.
The new call letters for 1150 will be KTLK (K-TALK).
1 frequency had been dormant for about a year, originally having been assigned to WAMV, whose call letters were briefly changed to WBBR-FM.