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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Radiograms and stereograms were must-have accessories for newly-affluent folk in the 1960s.
A RADIOGRAMS have never been quite as desirable as their smaller counterpart, the wireless.
The diagnosis is often based on the plain abdominal radiograms with distended and translocated, cecal and colonic gas patterns seen in the epigastrium and left-upper quadrant.
For several years an original 1950's radiogram has been hidden away in the loft of Rosemary and Geoffrey Powell's home in Rugby.
Then one day Stuart came bounding down the stairs and said: 'I've got it - Stereophonics, after my father's radiogram.'
I remember on special occasions somebody would bring their radiogram into the street on a Saturday night and the grown -ups would dance in the roadway.
al 1 Right hand (little finger) Name of authors Histopathological Ancillary findings studies B.V Balakrishna Adipose tissue Radiogram & et.
The PLUS-A-GRAM added a record player to turn a radio receiver into a radiogram. It consisted of a record deck in a smart console cabinet.
My friend was never ready when I went to call on her for the bus to the dance, but didn't mind too much as she had a radiogram (I didn't) and she always let me hear Elvis Presley singing Don't Be Cruel and Teddy Bear (my two Elvis favourites) We got to the Roxy eventually.
MY Gran always had Mantovani on her radiogram when I visited her.
The set also has a rather smart radiogram used to play Rachmaninov on old 78s when the emotional atmosphere needs heightening.