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This pair of walkie talkies are designed to provide reliable push-button communication when you need it most, the radio has 22 channels, 28 pre-programmed privacy channels, silent operations, and multiple power settings to conserve battery life.
Each walkie talkie has 22 channels with 121 privacy codes, is compatible with any FRS GMRS two way radios, and has access to all NOAA hazards weather channels and alerts.
Clifford Howard, the Washington author who wrote “Purity,” worked on a few more films but none after the rise of the talkies, Bone said.
He dropped the tele-talkie behind the seat and examined the gauge on his oxygen tank.
THE QUANTUM JUMPROBERT WICKS
He traced the circuit to where it disappeared into the oscillator switch, then took the walkie-talkie.
THE SCARLET LAKE MYSTERYHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
Each security man had been informed by the miniature walkie-talkie he wore.
SPACE PLATFORMMURRAY LEINSTER
"Might be relaying messages on from a walkie-talkie or something like that," Buck commented.
THE DEFIANT AGENTSANDRE ALICE NORTON
What he might have done he was never to know, for a buzzer sounded and Nina moved quickly to a wall-talkie.
THE AMBASSADORSAMUEL KIMBALL MERWIN
Finally she went to the wall-talkie, gave a number in a low voice.
THE AMBASSADORSAMUEL KIMBALL MERWIN
In the airlessness, anything anybody said by walkie-talkie could be heard by everybody.
OPERATION: OUTER SPACEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS

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