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Beep

A slang term for basis point.
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Beeper/Trainer Combo Lovett's manufactures a combination collar with five levels of stimulation, a half-mile range and four-mode beeper that is activated from the transmitter.
For all their ubiquity, backup beepers are poorly designed for their job, and some of their most annoying attributes are part of that poor design, says Chantal Laroche, a professor in the Audiology/Speech Language Pathology Department at the University of Ottawa, Canada, who has devoted much of her career to investigating the practical shortcomings of alarm sounds.
Any e-collar with a remotely operated beeper can be used as a way to deliver at distance common commands such as "come," "stay," and "sit," as well as handling instruction such as "back" and "over.
Coldecon, founded in Call in 1998, began as a small beeper company and in seven years grew to be the sector's leader, with 100,000 subscribers in 230 cities, 1,300 employees and total sales of $10.
Of course, this conclusion suggests that were Chamberlain to have declared a prohibition on third party beepers in its publicity and terms of sale, its action against Skylink may have been well founded.
But if a beeper disrupts the classroom, it should be taken away.
In Karo, the government placed a beeper inside a can of ether to track its movements.
What's worse, their efforts are being aided by the unwitting victims themselves, pathologically ambitious worker bees who wear their beepers during sex and develop a nervous tic if they go more than 10 minutes without checking voice-mail.
School administrators, legislators, and your publication have all been correct in noting a strong correlation between beeper possession and criminal activity, including drug dealing.
This business also includes establishments primarily engaged in providing telephone paging and beeper services and those engaged in leasing telephone lines or other methods of telephone transmission, such as optical fiber lines and microwave or satellite facilities, and reselling the use of such methods to others.
com)-- A simple yet effective new product designed to address a common problem related to vehicle alarm controls, the Beeper Keeper, has been developed by Robert Vitale of West Hyannisport, Massachusetts.
will terminate its pager services on March 31 due to a plunge in the number of beeper users, a company spokesman said Thursday.