Radiogram


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Radiogram

A message sent between two or more amateur radio operators, with other radio operators acting as intermediaries. Radiograms are spoken with various headers so that each intermediary can transmit them to the next destination.
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So, on radiograms of powders of the alloys with scandium, especially with a highest content (Figure 3), near reflexes of [psi]- and [beta]-phases system of additional low-intensity lines was registered at diffraction angles 20.
In explanation, Brereton emphasized that the radiogram received at Langley referred to a reception and that he understood that he was to proceed to Washington to attend a function honoring Lindbergh.
A double-breasted chalk-striped suit is laid out on the eiderdown and a radiogram is set in the corner of the living room.
Yet, too, there is the almost palpable feeling that this was still, until comparatively recently, a family residence, with its practical 50s-style kitchen, and, in Sibelius' well-stocked library, the nostalgic sight of a radiogram of the type so many of us had in our homes a few decades ago.
A year or two before the war he was on his way home from St Mark's when he was stopped dead in his tracks by some music coming from a radiogram in the foyer of Black's Regal.
Donald Peers Offers came from Enid Baulch, Cynthia Maddock-Jones and Rita Evans, but in the end Mrs Purcell was sorted out with a replacement radiogram by Audrey Prew.
He says: "Just before Christmas a large living hut was built and the festivities were enlivened when my father's radiogram was installed with records by Joe Loss and other big dance bands of the day.
HELP I AM looking for someone to repair a 1957 Falcon Radiogram.
He watches a black and white TV and plays his vinyl records on a Sixties Alba radiogram.
Annie's younger brother, also Tommy, was born on July 4, 1957 while their father was at sea, and he learned of his son's arrival via a radiogram.