movable vs mobile

movable mobile

Definitions

  • 1) Something which is movable; an article of wares or goods; a commodity; a piece of property not fixed, or not a part of real estate; generally, in the plural, goods; wares; furniture.
  • 2) Law Personal property.
  • 3) Something, especially a piece of furniture, that can be moved.
  • 4) (Rom. Law) Property not attached to the soil.
  • 5) An article of wares or goods; a commodity; a piece of property not fixed, or not a part of real estate; generally, in the plural, goods; wares; furniture.
  • 6) personal as opposed to real property; any tangible movable property (furniture or domestic animals or a car etc)
  • 7) An article of furniture, as a chair, table, or the like, resting on the floor of a room.
  • 8) Specifically (generally in the plural), personal property; any species of property not fixed, and thus distinguished from houses and lands.
  • 9) Anything that can be moved, or that can readily be moved.
  • 10) Changing from one time to another; as, movable feasts, i.e. church festivals, whose date varies from year to year.
  • 11) Capable of being moved, lifted, carried, drawn, turned, or conveyed, or in any way made to change place or posture; susceptible of motion; not fixed or stationary; as, a movable steam engine.
  • 12) Possible to move.
  • 13) Law Of or relating to personal property (that is, property that can be moved).
  • 14) Varying in date from year to year.
  • 15) (Ecclesiastical) a holy day that changes date, depending on the lunar cycle. An example of such a day is Easter.
  • 16) Changing from one time to another.
  • 17) (Heb. Gram.) a letter that is pronounced, as opposed to one that is quiescent.
  • 18) Capable of being moved, lifted, carried, drawn, turned, or conveyed, or in any way made to change place or posture; susceptible of motion; not fixed or stationary.
  • 19) (of personal property as opposed to real estate) can be moved from place to place (especially carried by hand)
  • 20) Fickle;inconstant.

Definitions

  • 1) Something that can move.
  • 2) A sculpture or decorative arrangement made of items hanging so that they can move independently from each other (Wikipedia).
  • 3) A mobile phone (Wikipedia).
  • 4) A mobile phone.
  • 5) A type of sculpture consisting of carefully equilibrated parts that move, especially in response to air currents.
  • 6) a form of sculpture having several sheets or rods of a stiff material attached to each other by thin wire or twine in a balanced and artfully arranged tree configuration, with the topmost member suspended in air from a support so that the parts may move independently when set in motion by a current of air.
  • 7) obsolete The mob; the populace.
  • 8) a port in southwestern Alabama on Mobile Bay
  • 9) sculpture suspended in midair whose delicately balanced parts can be set in motion by air currents
  • 10) a river in southwestern Alabama; flows into Mobile Bay
  • 11) A moving principle; a mover.
  • 12) A name proposed as a substitute for motor-vehicle, or automobile.
  • 13) The populace; the rabble; the mob.
  • 14) That which is movable.
  • 15) By agency of mobile phones.
  • 16) Capable of being moved.
  • 17) Tending to travel and relocate frequently.
  • 18) Capable of moving or changing quickly from one state or condition to another.
  • 19) Capable of moving or of being moved readily from place to place.
  • 20) Fluid; unstable.
  • 21) Flowing freely; fluid.
  • 22) Marked by the easy intermixing of different social groups.
  • 23) Of or relating to wireless communication devices, such as cell phones.
  • 24) Moving relatively easily from one social class or level to another.
  • 25) Easily moved in feeling, purpose, or direction; excitable; changeable; fickle.
  • 26) Capable of moving readily, or moving frequenty from place to place.
  • 27) Having motor vehicles to permit movement from place to place.
  • 28) Characterized by an extreme degree of fluidity; moving or flowing with great freedom
  • 29) Capable of being moved; not fixed in place or condition; movable.
  • 30) (Physiol.) Capable of being moved, aroused, or excited; capable of spontaneous movement.
  • 31) Changing in appearance and expression under the influence of the mind.
  • 32) affording change (especially in social status)
  • 33) capable of changing quickly from one state or condition to another
  • 34) moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place)
  • 35) having transportation available
  • 36) Changeable;fickle.

Examples

  • 1) After the war, he dreamt often of that empty Warsaw house, where anything left behind would have been stolen, anything movable looted.
  • 2) He lifted the mat and Doug and I checked under anything else movable but we found nothing.
  • 3) The driver climbed up on top of the back of the truck and unhooked the top while the movable crane was positioned by the first truck.
  • 4) I have 5 websites and the following 3 blogs: callingtheshots. wordpress.com; evolvingboomers. com written in movable type; evolutionoftrading. blogspot.com
  • 5) He decided to use his goldsmithing skills to mold what became known as movable type and to use type in his new printing press to print the one book he knew would sell -- the Bible.
  • 6) Houses and lands are not mentioned among the emir's wealth, as nomadic tribes dwell in movable tents and live chiefly by pasture, the right to the soil not being appropriated by individuals.
  • 7) So wecould also call the movable boxes show "Hu" performance.
  • 8) Then, in mid-fifteenth-century Germany, printer Johannes Gutenberg happened upon a discovery: By creating type pieces out of metal -- known as movable type -- and arranging them to form words, you could make multiple copies of a document far faster than a monk could write.
  • 9) I mean propositions in which the nature in question is found in any concrete body to be fleeting and movable, that is to say accruing or acquired, or on the other hand departing or put away.
  • 10) The programmer liked the idea of movable “walls” that he could open and shut at whim.
  • 11) It is the fulfilment of what is potential when it is already fully real and operates not as itself but as movable, that is motion.
  • 12) The power wanted is 6 horse, and movable, that is, on wheels.
  • 13) This condition is known as movable kidney, and is more common in the female than in the male.
  • 14) ‘Storm windows should have weatherstripping at all moveable joints; be made of strong, durable materials; and have interlocking or overlapping joints.’
  • 15) ‘Wind instruments are tuned by adjustment to the length of tubing, using the tuning-slide on a brass instrument, the staple of the reed on an oboe, or the movable top joint of a flute, etc.’
  • 16) ‘The synovial joints are the most freely movable joints.’
  • 17) ‘There are three kinds of freely movable joints that play a big part in voluntary movement.’
  • 18) ‘The pool was closed for two weeks in February, including half-term week, for a complete overhaul of the electrics, pool filters and the mechanics of the moveable floor.’
  • 19) ‘Once orbiting the Earth the crew delicately manoeuvred a 100 ft movable crane tipped with lasers and a camera to inspect the wings and nose for damage.’
  • 20) ‘In England, France and Germany magic lanterns, moveable gauze screens and transparencies had been used to experiment with light on stage since the seventeenth century.’
  • 21) ‘The first mechanical element is movable relative to the casing, between an engaged position and a disengaged position.’
  • 22) ‘Padlocks provide portable security for movable items such as bikes and boats and in locations such as lockers and outdoor sheds.’
  • 23) ‘In the first, a movable die travels horizontally towards a similar stationary die.’
  • 24) ‘You want furniture that is of course kid-size, but you also want it to be easily moveable and light-weight enough so that the children themselves can move it around as necessary.’
  • 25) ‘One of the unique features about this museum is that the exhibits are in moveable cases so we can take them out and transform the function area.’
  • 26) ‘The search for solutions to this problem led to the development of mobile computers mounted on mobile or movable facilities.’
  • 27) ‘The cost of a move in a building with a raised floor and movable partitions would be closer to $166 than to $3,640.’
  • 28) ‘The school's performance center will have moveable seating so auditorium-type settings can be easily converted mechanically to settings suitable for small work groups.’
  • 29) ‘Lightweight is the basic reason for using aluminum in all types of transportation equipment, as well as in moving and movable parts in general.’
  • 30) ‘I imagined a future me, rolling down the aisles of the Target store in my moveable chair thing that I bought, my dutiful husband lugging my oxygen tank, trying to keep up with me.’
  • 31) ‘The council wants the agency to re-consider the installation of moveable flood walls around the Shallows in the centre of the village, because of concerns about the visual impact of permanent flood banks.’
  • 32) ‘In trying to recover from the turbulence, the first officer moved the rudder, the big fin on the back of the tail fin, the moveable piece, back and forth, back and forth.’
  • 33) ‘Over the past dozen years this Steinbach lawyer has dedicated his efforts to research the lineage of Mennonites throughout their moveable history from country to country.’
  • 34) ‘It was here that the notion of Vote for Change as a moveable multi-artist feast first began to germinate.’
  • 35) ‘Meskel, or the Festival of the True Cross, is celebrated on moveable days in late September.’
  • 36) ‘Since the feast is movable, the changes are often made to avoid Easter week conflicts.’
  • 37) ‘Our Lady of Sorrows: known as "sorrowful" or "painful" Friday, the day is movable in that it occurs on the Friday before Palm Sunday.’
  • 38) ‘Private ownership of both land and moveable property is also subject to statutes governing financial solvency, such that bankrupts can have their land and other property sold to balance their debt.’
  • 39) ‘Resources can be external, material goods, such as land and moveable property.’
  • 40) ‘The inheritance of land is often separated from that of movable property.’
  • 41) ‘If the deceased is survived by a spouse, the descendants are entitled to claim legal rights over, and share between them, a third of the deceased's movable property.’
  • 42) ‘It governs, inter alia, capacity to marry, the legitimacy of children, and succession after death to moveable property and it is one of the tests of the validity of a Will.’
  • 43) ‘Three years after its inception, Namibia Wildlife Resorts is still in the process of having the resorts and other movable assets transferred so that they can be under its ownership.’
  • 44) ‘The law allows compensation only for buildings and land, not for movables like the greenhouses' computerized irrigation systems.’
  • 45) ‘Enterprises in Bulgaria can receive loans under effective credit lines or by pledging movables or mortgaging immovable property as security.’
  • 46) ‘Residents were understandably concerned with the orderly transmission of property, particularly movables, upon the demise of the holder.’
  • 47) ‘In place of the old system the Assembly established three direct taxes: a land tax (contribution foncière), a tax on movables (contribution mobilière), and a commercial profits tax (patente).’
  • 48) ‘For the first three years of Cosine's existence the valuations used for determining the withdrawal-share were based upon the replacement cost of movables and improvements, which included buildings.’
  • 49) ‘… The feudal ownership of land did bring dignity, whereas the modern ownership of movables is reducing us again to a nomadic horde.’
  • 50) ‘It was a wealth tax levied entirely on movables, and not on land.’
  • 51) ‘After this date the company faces debt execution actions with regard to its products, assets, accounts, bank guarantees, movables and immovables.’
  • 52) ‘Country dwellers often had precise knowledge of the quality and value of their neighbours' properties and estates, in relation to both moveables and immoveables.’
  • 53) ‘He ordered that his executors should sell all of his moveables after his death, and spend the proceeds on various embellishments for S Ruffillo.’
  • 54) ‘It is important to note that if the house is fully furnished, Vat at 21 per cent applies to the moveables (ie, tables, chairs and so on).’
  • 55) ‘In contrast, Article 53 enables an occupying force to appropriate state movables to the extent that those materials may be used for military operations.’
  • 56) ‘There is little doubt that it is the lex situs which as a general rule governs the transfer of movables when effected contractually.’
  • 57) ‘During the long years of freedom from foreign war after 1214 the tax on movables remained an occasional resource of the Crown.’
  • 58) ‘Apart from movables, they got at most a parental dowry.’
  • 59) ‘An estate mainly consisting of fixed assets and movables will have a problem.’
  • 60) ‘He had stripped the flat of movables and loaded the car well below its Plimsole line.’

Examples

  • 1) But this is the first time a mobile has been used in such a dramatic escape.
  • 2) This is especially true on mobile networks where traffic shaping is used extensively to manage congestion.
  • 3) He then obtained her mobile phone number and began to text her.
  • 4) What does looking at your mobile phone do to your brain?
  • 5) All routes out have been blocked and the use of mobile phones forbidden.
  • 6) Data showed his mobile had moved a distance of 12 miles.
  • 7) The technology is there to do mobile payments, now it’s about getting it rolled out commercially.
  • 8) WHY are lags able to get access to mobile phones in prison?
  • 9) She said that the extra powers being considered would be to deal with common offences including using a mobile telephone at the wheel and speeding.
  • 10) They now use mobiles to check the time.
  • 11) Other networks and mobiles will cost more.
  • 12) The research also showed that young people use mobile phones more extensively than the wider population.
  • 13) News that the enemy army is on the move arrives by mobile phone.
  • 14) They are banned from using mobile telephones or having access to the internet.
  • 15) Paint your mobile number on it in outsize toxic yellow figures for good measure.
  • 16) But we are also mobile because civil society has taught us to be.
  • 17) People can still contact you by radio or mobile.
  • 18) You have to be in this day and age of social media and mobile phones.
  • 19) Prices will go up for mobile connectivity and more storage.
  • 20) The mobile phone group is under pressure to sell assets before making new purchases.
  • 21) Is it that his mother always phones his mobile at a certain time?
  • 22) He'd set his mobile to the torch setting.
  • 23) Not getting a mobile signal is not much fun and neither is losing the Ashes.
  • 24) I found an old mobile phone of hers and it was charged up.
  • 25) Slowly, the animal opened his large, mobile lips and began making sounds.
  • 26) To make the frame for the mobile tree to hang in, cut away part of the front of the card - used a lid to draw round.
  • 27) AmplifyMindware Hi mobile lovers, want to learn #mobile multimedia programming
  • 28) Making money in mobile is extremely nascent leaving opportunity for new technologies, new strategies, and new business models.
  • 29) That being said … the term mobile broadband often times refers to the cellular-phone-provider type of broadband Internet connection (s).
  • 30) The term mobile broadband describes many different types of high-speed Internet access through a portable modem, telephone device, or other similar communication type of gear.
  • 31) The label mobile, however, encompasses a wide range of technologies, from software to semiconductors to enterprise applications.
  • 32) Skype functionality on a mobile is a great function but the real benefit is only when you dial a Skype number.
  • 33) Whether it be surfing the web, checking email, sending text messages or talking — my mobile is the center of my daily existence.
  • 34) A Harvard professor had deemed the floating lounges - what we call mobile lounges today - "silly."
  • 35) ‘When mobile international capital escapes taxation, as it increasingly does, it makes social protection much more difficult to pay for.’
  • 36) ‘America's ability to attract the capital needed to finance this deficit confirms its hegemonic status as the safest home for mobile international capital.’
  • 37) ‘Physiotherapy can help to keep the joints mobile (able to move) and strengthen the surrounding muscles.’
  • 38) ‘The woman, diagnosed with the disease 11 years ago, is currently fully mobile and is able to work as a childminder from home.’
  • 39) ‘They will be able to invite mobile bankers to their homes and offices.’
  • 40) ‘As I understand it they are mobile and can easily be transferred if the need arises.’
  • 41) ‘However, he argues that the benefits of ‘free trade’ do not necessarily hold when capital goods are mobile internationally.’
  • 42) ‘Actually, the decrease is also harmful if capital is mobile internationally, as it is today under globalization.’
  • 43) ‘By using large, easily mobile poultry sheds he allows his birds to benefit from clean, fresh ground each day around the farm's 100 acres of fields and woodlands.’
  • 44) ‘As laptop horsepower has steadily grown, mobile PCs have been able to take on more daunting tasks usually best left to their desktop brethren.’
  • 45) ‘The payback is that our older folk have a better quality of life; they are able to be mobile, to go out and enjoy their grandkids.’
  • 46) ‘On the contrary, he's surprisingly mobile, able to bowl over defenders or fake them out.’
  • 47) ‘They were also more independently mobile and were able to be discharged sooner.’
  • 48) ‘Behind all the financial jargon, basically what the meeting was about was how to tax some of the mobile capital that's bouncing around the global economy.’
  • 49) ‘So my face is still mobile and expressive, and while it won't ever look 25 again, there is a marked difference.’
  • 50) ‘She has expressively mobile features and switches from youthful hope to aged eccentricity with admirable economy.’
  • 51) ‘He again raised one delicate eyebrow, a pained expression on his mobile face.’
  • 52) ‘The cook was a huge singing head whose mobile features and acting skills exceed the expressive capacities of most live opera singers.’
  • 53) ‘He has an incredibly mobile face, and a lithe body that he can still contort into incredible shapes.’
  • 54) ‘His face is mobile and pensive, reflecting a deeper register of emotion than his acting peers in Miami and Las Vegas.’
  • 55) ‘The bandleader, who doubles as the vocalist, is a small, nimble man with a mobile face and dark, bristly hair.’
  • 56) ‘His mobile face creases into a road atlas of frowns.’
  • 57) ‘Small and slight, beneath a few grey hairs she has a gamine, mobile face.’
  • 58) ‘Then leaps back into action like an Italian, talking with hands and very, very mobile face.’
  • 59) ‘She is an endless delight, with her humorous, homely, mobile face; she's terrific at mugging and double takes.’
  • 60) ‘‘Actors are trained to have very mobile expressions, so you have to do the opposite of that,’ she says.’
  • 61) ‘His exhibit of a human skull captivates the viewer with its tranquil, yet mobile, expression.’
  • 62) ‘She has the mobile, expressive face of an intelligent, successful woman: but her limbs are helpless, twisted with painful spasms.’
  • 63) ‘The plans also include expanding the mobile library service with two extra vehicles and a big investment in new books, CDs, videos and DVDs.’
  • 64) ‘The need for a mobile library has been felt in the residential areas after the District Library Authority suspended its mobile service for various reasons some time back.’
  • 65) ‘The latest strategy was devised by officers who looked at the locations and conditions of the council's existing 31 libraries as well as the areas served by its three mobile libraries.’
  • 66) ‘The budget-making meeting saw a reprieve for the city's children's book bus, which was set to be scrapped and the service merged with the mobile library scheme.’
  • 67) ‘The mobile library service dates back to the age of horse and cart, but expanded rapidly with the closure of many smaller rural branches.’
  • 68) ‘Hopefully, towards the end of September our mobile library service will commence.’
  • 69) ‘City chiefs also agreed to spend an extra £100,000 to buy a new mobile library service.’
  • 70) ‘It comes just weeks after the council announced plans to scrap its mobile library service.’
  • 71) ‘Instead, they decided to axe the mobile library servicing the town.’
  • 72) ‘I read a lot but find new books are few and far between, so people are discouraged from using the mobile library.’
  • 73) ‘Leisure chiefs are under fire for moves to close a suburban branch library and replace it with a mobile service.’
  • 74) ‘The mobile library and home delivery service will be maintained.’
  • 75) ‘I'm not sure a mobile library is the answer for the elderly.’
  • 76) ‘The City Health Department sent a mobile service team out into neighboring communities to assist disadvantaged families living outside of the Central area.’
  • 77) ‘A world in which there were milkmen, and bread delivery men, and mobile shops, and a tight knit community.’
  • 78) ‘The mobile service is designed to bring the marriage bureau to the doorstep of the customer.’
  • 79) ‘The mobile laboratory will be able to address many problems arising from the use of the disciplines of pathology, dermatology, and allergies.’
  • 80) ‘They are able to form a mobile A&E ward that can be flown out to the small community GP run hospitals.’
  • 81) ‘In a bid to reduce waiting times, 200 patients are being sent to Hope Hospital in Salford where they will be able to use a mobile scanner in the car park.’
  • 82) ‘This does not matter because they will be able to use mobile finger print scanners to check someone's ID.’
  • 83) ‘The most important way to achieve this, to our mind, is to create highly mobile military units in the Armed Forces.’
  • 84) ‘A special mobile police or army unit is being formed, in order to seize and deport foreigners or rejected asylum-seekers living illegally in the country.’
  • 85) ‘In the afternoon of 23 March a police officer was on mobile patrol duty in the town centre.’
  • 86) ‘The goal of Task Force Modularity is to restructure the Army so that tactical level combat units are more mobile and can self-sustain longer than ever before.’
  • 87) ‘If necessary, they are to be reinforced with mobile units redeployed from other areas.’
  • 88) ‘Funding for the mobile police unit, which currently patrols the city's weekend ‘nightbus’ network, is due to end early next year.’
  • 89) ‘An integral part of setting the force will be a particular emphasis on achieving the Army's modularity objectives for more versatile and mobile units.’
  • 90) ‘Officers from Farnworth police station will be seconded to the mobile unit which will be fitted out with offices and equipped with computers and telephones.’
  • 91) ‘And they were relatively untrained and ill prepared to attack a mobile army in the field.’
  • 92) ‘A mobile police unit has been on standby at the Embassy since Tuesday night.’
  • 93) ‘Another five new mobile units will start patrols by the end of the year.’
  • 94) ‘As news of the incident spread around the community, Police stepped up their presence on the estate and set up a mobile police unit to reassure people.’
  • 95) ‘Police officers stationed at a mobile unit outside his home and national newspaper reporters will keep a round-the-clock watch on the farm.’
  • 96) ‘Work is going on around the clock to complete the task of clearing the scene and a small village of briefing tents, police vans and mobile investigation units has grown up.’
  • 97) ‘The officers thought that in modern mechanized warfare dismounted infantry would delay the mobile units on which success depended.’
  • 98) ‘Their task was to delay any attempted enemy landing for long enough to allow the mobile units stationed in the interior to intervene.’
  • 99) ‘The prevalent attitude was ‘we work hard and play hard,’ which is also dominant in many mobile units today.’
  • 100) ‘On many occasions mobile army groups and even fronts were brought into the battle to complete a breach of the main defense line.’
  • 101) ‘The mobile military had done nothing, the ground cannons were a similar failure, and there had been no pre-emptive weakening phase.’
  • 102) ‘It will then open at varying times fortnightly, alternating with the visit of the mobile police unit.’
  • 103) ‘The situation has been similar in the mobile market.’
  • 104) ‘Analysts are divided regarding future prospects for Vodafone shares, despite a rebound in the share price of the British mobile operator last week.’
  • 105) ‘Shareholders also questioned investments in mobile players in developing countries.’
  • 106) ‘Most importantly, mobile streaming provides operators with strong, recurring revenue streams.’
  • 107) ‘With a Bluetooth wireless connection, it is even possible to run a presentation from a mobile handset without the need for a laptop.’
  • 108) ‘For an industry that wants to make money, the mobile data business does not move fast.’
  • 109) ‘But within, a few young, tech-savvy aides are trying to drag municipal government into the age of mobile gadgetry.’
  • 110) ‘What we are now starting to see, more and more, are PC vendors marketing mobile broadband, embedded on our notebook computers.’
  • 111) ‘The company's coolest announcements includes a video sharing service for cell phones and a mobile banking tool.’
  • 112) ‘The problem with new mobile data services lies not with the services themselves but with the devices used to access them.’
  • 113) ‘Teenagers will carry mobile devices, allowing their parents to track and access them via a home computer.’
  • 114) ‘Toshiba were one of the pioneers in mobile computing and their machines still retain a little bit of pioneering class.’
  • 115) ‘Consumers demanded mobile video.’
  • 116) ‘Participants were mobile, averaging 2.2 residences in the past year.’
  • 117) ‘The thing is, our high school has a very mobile social ladder.’
  • 118) ‘Francis, who was geographically and occupationally mobile, did not attain the same social and economic upward mobility as his brother Paul.’
  • 119) ‘In economic terms this is the creation of a socially mobile class.’
  • 120) ‘These institutions tend to arise naturally, he argues, with the emergence of a socially mobile middle class.’
  • 121) ‘There was no large and mobile urban middle class with time and money to spend communing with nature in the national parks.’
  • 122) ‘The number of usual residents was 6,639,000 while mobile residents was 206,400.’
  • 123) ‘Residents are very mobile, and nearly 80 percent are now urban.’
  • 124) ‘To play that role you need to be mobile, able to hold the ball up under pressure and willing to run and run.’
  • 125) ‘The main advantage of this is that mobile workers will be able to access one work environment wherever they are.’
  • 126) ‘Labor and capital are assumed perfectly mobile within an exporting country, but must stay within that country.’
  • 127) ‘If the factors of production are internationally mobile, capital and labor would move from England to Portugal, where both commodities can be produced the cheapest.’
  • 128) ‘It probably meant that he was easily mobile - able to move and travel at the slightest notice.’
  • 129) ‘His characters are so thin they could have been hand painted in a kindergarten and suspended from a mobile.’
  • 130) ‘It will be 60 minutes long and will essentially feature characters suspended by a mobile from a crane.’
  • 131) ‘A leaf mobile is the perfect decoration for the fall season!’
  • 132) ‘Provide brightly colored mobiles and textured objects for your baby to look at and hold.’
  • 133) ‘The electricity system may be likened to a giant mobile with suspended weights.’
  • 134) ‘Make mobiles by suspending objects from coat hangers and ensuring they balance.’
  • 135) ‘He assembled the crib and placed it by the window, and he hung a small mobile above the bed.’
  • 136) ‘After our initial enthusiasm we lost interest in the paper mache go-go earrings, the bird mobile, the hand-held battery fan.’
  • 137) ‘I was staring at the dust filtering through beams of sunlight shining through my bird mobile.’
  • 138) ‘The dish is used to connect calls from landline telephones to mobiles and vice versa without the need for cables.’
  • 139) ‘It turns out that people who don't have mobiles or fixed landline phones use payphones more than any other group.’
  • 140) ‘Also, in an attempt to curb costs, we have our children on pay-as-you-go mobiles rather than account phones.’
  • 141) ‘If I watch the calls I make to mobiles, I could probably get my phone bill down to less than £25 a month.’
  • 142) ‘The document says the use of telephones - land lines and mobiles - will be monitored.’
  • 143) ‘The cruise companies say mobiles at sea are far more reliable then existing satellite phones, and have the added bonus of being less expensive.’
  • 144) ‘Picture phone users will be asked to hand in their mobiles at reception, and will even be asked to leave if they persist in using the handsets.’
  • 145) ‘They've got mobiles, we've tried to phone and left messages but we've heard nothing.’
  • 146) ‘The only thing worse than a mobile on the table that rings is a mobile on the table that doesn't.’
  • 147) ‘If you want any help, or you don't like being on your own in that house, just ring the mobile.’
  • 148) ‘If listeners like a tune, they call in and then ring off, so the studio mobile registers a ‘missed call’.’
  • 149) ‘I would have rung them, but I don't have a mobile.’
  • 150) ‘We all now have mobiles, and send each other written text messages.’
  • 151) ‘Some fashion-chasing girls are known to change their mobiles every month.’
  • 152) ‘Teenagers are all armed with mobiles already, and whether that's right or wrong is another argument.’
  • 153) ‘I don't need a color-screen mobile which is extremely popular nowadays.’
  • 154) ‘Your mobile could double up as an MP3 player, using which one can download songs from the PC with an infra-red.’
  • 155) ‘I am 21 years old and have used a mobile for around 4 years.’
  • 156) ‘If Santa has brought you your dreamphone, what are you going to do to dispose of any old mobiles you might have?’
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