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By the time the fifth year had passed, even shortwave reports had long since ceased.THIS CROWDED EARTHROBERT BLOCH
And it was the same abroad, according to the few garbled reports thereafter obtainable only via ancient shortwave devices.THIS CROWDED EARTHROBERT BLOCH
Much later, as they neared Riverview, Penny absently switched on the shortwave radio.SWAMP ISLANDMILDRED A. WIRT
Like all cars belonging to the Swifts' key personnel, Bud's was equipped with a two-way shortwave radio.TOM SWIFT AND THE ELECTRONIC HYDROLUNGVICTOR APPLETON
Closing themselves into the car, the girls tried without success to get the outlaw shortwave station.VOICE FROM THE CAVEMILDRED A. WIRT
Radio Tirana is the largest, with four mediumwave transmitters and forty-one shortwave transmitters.AREA HANDBOOK FOR ALBANIAEUGENE K. KEEFE
All but eight of the transmitters are shortwave, which is indicative of the emphasis placed upon transmitting propaganda abroad.AREA HANDBOOK FOR ALBANIAEUGENE K. KEEFE
Shortwave is used for domestic programs in cases where the mountainous topography creates an obstacle to the mediumwaves.AREA HANDBOOK FOR ALBANIAEUGENE K. KEEFE
Radio Kukes and Radio Shkoder each have one mediumwave and one shortwave transmitter.AREA HANDBOOK FOR ALBANIAEUGENE K. KEEFE
Whenever the shortwave radio blared, she listened attentively.SWAMP ISLANDMILDRED A. WIRT

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