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Straight

Direct telephone line, compared to an outside line that requires a telephone number to be dialed.

Straight

Describing a phone that connects directly to one and only one other phone. One need not dial any number between straight phones.
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The plan 100 per cent is to go straight to Cheltenham and he has had an easy time of it since he won the Lexus," said Meade.
Katie Price's success continues as a writer, as the former glamour model's newly published novel is set to go straight to the top of the Sunday Times Bestseller list.
Older women with early-stage breast cancer can safely skip radiation therapy and go straight to taking a drug that helps prevent tumor recurrence, according to a study presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting in June.
KATIE Price is set to go straight to the top of the Sunday Times Bestseller list this week, with her new novel Paradise.
You're making me go straight in to that jungle, aren't you?
His trainer Colm Murphy has to decide whether to give the eight-year-old another prep run before the Queen Mother Champion Chase, though options are limited, or go straight to next month's Cheltenham Festival.
When arriving at Hong Kong airport, travellers with baggage will be able to go straight to the Cathay Pacific Self Check-in Bag Drop counter, while those not checking-in baggage can go straight to Immigration.
At Sainsbury's roundabout go straight ahead to the next smaller roundabout and go straight on.
FORMER SFA chief David Taylor was delighted to be the man who OFFICIALLY told Celtic they would go straight into the Champions League groups.
Go straight down the field, crossing another stile on the way down to Briestfield Beck.
Many of my students go straight into the industry,'' said teacher Steve Lindberg.
While physical education teachers scramble to acquire the necessary dance certification, dancers who delayed their academic education to go straight to the stage are finding a compelling reason to get a degree.