call slip

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call slip

n.
A form filled out by a library patron to request a book.
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call slip

n
(Library Science & Bibliography) a form for requesting a library book by title and call number. Also called: call card or requisition form
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call′ slip`


n.
a printed form filled in by a library patron to request the use of a particular item.
[1880–85, Amer.]
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A call card has been a daily necessity, by which it has formed a unison between the manufacturer and user.
Finally, on a Friday I did what I had been wanting to do for so long - a mantle of call cards (SimSim, Call Home, etc.).
India: SimSim IDD (Int'l Direct Dial) - 25 fils/min; 123 Call Card using SimSim -- 26 fils/min; 123 Call Card using Fixed Line -- 21 fils/min
Bangladesh: SimSim IDD (Int'l Direct Dial) -- 32 fils/min; 123 Call Card using SimSim -- 32 fils/min; 123 Call Card using Fixed Line -- 27 fils/min
The order demands that Batelco immediately increases its international call rates for its 123 Call Cards and SimSim IDD (International Direct Dial) to India and Bangladesh to be at or above the following rates:
Safe Call will provide bar and restaurant staff with prepaid 5-minute phone cards to be used to call a taxi or car service for patrons who have "overindulged." People using the Safe Call cards will hear a special message thanking them for doing the responsible thing, not driving when they've had too much to drink.
"We apologise unreservedly to all our customers who call India and Bangladesh, either via SimSim IDD or 123 call cards, for any inconvenience - regrettably the issue is out of Batelco's control.
"We are working tirelessly to resolve the matter in consultation with the TRA to ensure the validity of this order, which we believe will greatly inconvenience the thousands of Batelco customers who are in possession of our international call cards or SimSim mobiles and may have remaining credit outstanding."