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walkie-talkie

[¦wȯ·kē ¦tȯ·kē]
(communications)
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Panicky passengers rushed to an important- looking young man with a walkietalkie.
Even then he continued his Keystone Cops moment, his walkietalkie leaping out of the buggy.
Liverpool-born Mrs Bryant spoke the local Pashtu language, and her work involved monitoring Taliban telephone and walkietalkie communications.
ON A lighter note, Flowers has explained the reason why he sits in the stands for most of each game, complete with an Action Man-style walkietalkie.
Then, while bringing Susan home from a shopping trip to Stirling, he turned on flashing lights and chased after what he said was a stolen car - while muttering into a device she thought was a walkietalkie.
It circles, and circles, and circles - before it heads over to its chosen soul, the group's leader Anthony, and he heads to the coffin with just a walkietalkie to keep him company.
Shopkeepers in Sparkbrook and Springfield have been given a walkietalkie allowing them to discuss and monitor any suspicious behaviour with other local businesses, the CCTV control room and police officers.
'Good lad,' he said as he took out his walkietalkie and informed his bleary-eyed mate up in the tree tops that I was coming back for more.
I overheard this rather chilling message on a security officer's walkietalkie as I was perusing the shelves of a town centre shop the other day.
Two 10in meat cleavers and a baseball bat were hidden in other rooms and a replica gun and a walkietalkie handset were dumped nearby.
She then communicated by walkietalkie with the burly security man to meet up with the youngster again.