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callee

(kɔːlˈiː)
n
a routine that is called by another routine
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The TCPA prohibits certain marketing calls made with automatic telephone dialing systems (ATDS), artificial or prerecorded voices, and other communications to wireless phone numbers without the prior express consent of the called party.
It offers both Caller and Called Party instant notification to connect again, without being bothered with repeatedly attempting to connect"
High society events organiser Lady Anson, who runs a business called Party Planners, is a cousin of the Queen and a sister of the late photographer Lord Lic-hfield.
And it seems that there's another phenomenon brewing in California that could be called party politics burnout.
This one is called Party Mom and if you had a suspicion that your mom was a party mom, Burnett will clear it up for you with his list of party mom attributes, including, but not limited to: "Will lie on children's tattoo release forms," "Keep iguanas," "Can easily be drawn into keg-purchasing schemes," etc.
Calling party ID would seem to be ideal for security, Lacker says, since the called party can easily establish who is calling.
The service generates an SMS notification to the called party.
Foes argue that if a called party sees the caller's number, it invades the privacy of the caller.
That server takes the user-entered digits and completes the call to the called party via the Internet.
With the completion of the MPO project, Intelliverse is able to release calls back to the carrier allowing the Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) stream to flow directly from the originating caller to the called party without being pinned up through Intelliverse's switches.
Who Called[TM] provides a called party with information about calls that were missed when the handset was off or out of range.
Klonies appear as the Skype Caller ID on the screen of the called party, representing how the user would like to be seen, and reflecting the user's appearance, interests, and feelings.