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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Histologic examination of the neoplasm revealed a cellular proliferation of spindle cells arranged in interlacing fascicles (figure 3).
On-the-air interception of account information is possible whenever a cellular or PCS telephone is turned on, even if it is not being used.
With three or more new wireless companies swarming into New York City and every other large market to take on the two cellular companies in most cities, Kagan said that the wireless industry would be marked by the same fierce price competition that drove down long-distance rates since the breakup of AT&T in 1984.
6 million cellular subscribers generated approximately $5.
Bell Cellular closed the service loop between the three centres at a cost of approximately $20 million and, according to communications co-ordinator Robin Sparks, the company is now fine-tuning the system.
Effective March 5, 2007, Dobson Cellular Systems, Inc.
Anna Eshoo, D-Palo Alto, would require the Federal Communications Commission to prohibit cellular phone companies from blocking consumers' access to 911 services.
Cellular One customers in its 16-state service area are already benefiting from 138 new cell sites the company has added to its cutting-edge GSM/GPRS/EDGE network since the beginning of the year, according to spokesman Craig Davis.
2 percent of those who had had an accident owned cellular phones, compared with 9.
Around the globe, new cellular and other wireless content and data services are rapidly emerging, with these digital technologies driving the creation of whole new categories of communications services.
IDEA Cellular is leading the industry by offering these exciting advanced voice services to their prepaid and postpaid customer base of over 7.
Land-Cellular is a leading supplier of cost-effective, reliable, cellular devices designed to offer alternatives to traditional dial-up and high speed wireline networks, driving down costs and increasing revenues and productivity for its customers and end-users.