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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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(b) Anatomical reduction was not achieved at time of surgery: postoperative radiogram showed mild varus angulation of the humeral head.
(a) Radiogram taken at the first visit revealing distal clavicular fracture (type 2b according to Craig's classification) and avulsion fracture of the posterior side of the coracoid process (arrow).
Radiograms and stereograms were must-have accessories for newly-affluent folk in the 1960s.
Additionally, hand radiograms were used in current study were obtained from patients who gave their informed consent.
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 20.5; 29.05; 41.53 and 46.71.
My father, who was fascinated by the new phenomenon of radiograms, was one of the first handful in our street who had recently purchased one.
And so, pounding from jukeboxes and Bush radios, box record players and radiograms, came hits like I'm Alive, I Can't Let Go, and Graham Gouldman's Bus Stop, which took 58 minutes to record.
Furthermore, plain radiograms revealed signs of worsening intestinal obstruction.
Typical signs of osteoarthritis (OA) (irregular narrowing of joint spaces, subchondral sclerosis, and sclerotic cyst formation) were seen on hand radiograms (Figure 1).
New Year's Eve used to be magic The one night of the year when The kids in our tenement homes Were allowed to 'stay up late' Playing cards in front of a blazing coal fire 'Made up' in our new 'Chrimbo' pjs My mam has her best tablecloth on show but You can't see the lace, 'cos it's chokka with festive scoff The noise outside is getting louder Festive music is belting out from various radiograms It's countdown, we're allowed to join the party Foghorns from the river ring out the old As church bells ring in the new, we raise our glasses To absent kith and kin, in unison we declare Happy New Year 'Fonnie-oy' Let's hope it's a good one!
What about electric cookers that blew up on installations, radiograms, radio, lectric irons etc etc that manufacturers are apathetic about?