pocket call

pocket call

An accidental call from a cellphone with exposed keys that is pressed against the inside of a pocket or purse. Many phones are set to speed dial with the press of one key, including 911.
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If neither is detected, the call is considered a pocket call and is disconnected.
NEW words in the latest Oxford English Dictionary include phrases such as 'wine o'clock' (the earliest time when alcohol is appropriate) and 'pocket call', that annoying anonymous phone call received when a pocketed mobile dials without its owner's knowledge.
Birmingham is the UK's jewellery capital, with more than 40% of UK output made in a unique, history-steeped pocket called the Jewellery Quarter.
May be the cow had developed a pus filled pocket called an abscess at the site of injection and was getting blood poisoning from the toxins produced as it tried to clear the infection.
"Then he continued his rant in his vehicle when he left but unfortunately pocket called me.
In particular, the novel surgical procedure which uses a natural pocket called the suprachoroidal space is expected to be far superior to surgical methods currently used.
in the left atrium, there is a little pocket called the left atrial appendage, and that's where the clots form that cause strokes.
You can preset nine phone numbers, and the lock button prevents "pocket calls" that will waste your battery.
My first meal consisted of an appetizer of a fried meat pocket called a "pastelillo" which was so moist and juicy that I followed it up with another, and then I was ready to consume everything in sight.
It is exciting to realize that we can send full-length news stories with photos and videos to that small computer you carry in your pocket called a smart phone.