phoner


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phon·er

 (fō′nər)
n.
1. A person who places a telephone call.
2. Informal An interview that is conducted by telephone.

phoner

(ˈfəʊnə)
n
(Telecommunications) informal a person making a telephone call
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.phoner - the person initiating a telephone call; "there were so many callers that he finally disconnected the telephone"
speaker, talker, verbaliser, verbalizer, utterer - someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous); "the speaker at commencement"; "an utterer of useful maxims"
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When we talked to Cos for this one-on-one phoner last week, he explained why his 'trick-and-treating' career wasn't just a passing fancy-it actually turned his life around and saved his life.
Baghdad-IRAQ, Phoner :+964 7702981542; E-mail: alia_ahmed35@yahoo.
And, my "Sophie's Choice'' of the evening favored the Seattle grunge rockers over the "My Way'' scribe, even though Anka gave one hell of a phoner.
Everywhere else that reporters and sources do the daily pas de deux, e-mail is a tool, in the box alongside the sit-down and the phoner, convenient, quick, precise and very often essential.
But some outlets were a little too eager to accept the word of a phoner with an ax to grind against an entire religion.
Phoner, although the Court did describe the domain of the Federal Rules as encompassing matters "rationally capable of classification as [procedure]," (51) the Court also said that it "need not wholly blind itself to the degree to which the Rule makes the character and result of the federal litigation stray from the course it would follow in state courts.
When we were starting out we insisted that broadcasters pay for even a brief phoner with a reporter; making that standard procedure required a fight.
Our arts reporter was off sick, so it was handed to me, last minute, to do the scheduled phoner - as we call them - with DJ Chris Evans.
Yet he seemed to genuinely enjoy taking a phoner to preview his band's show Monday at the Cuthbert as he laughed and joked his way through questions he's probably heard a thousand times.
Instead she sounded super tired and had just done a phoner with a Japanese magazine because some business people really want to make her famous.
And the pains are guaranteed to make you laugh out loud (too many to mention),make your blood-pressure rise in annoyed remembrance (especially The Enquirer who chooses rush hour to investigate the most obscure ways of traversing the country as your own train departs),and occasionally shrink into your seat with toe-curling embarrassment -few of us have never been The Mobile Phoner.
I've been going around calling myself something big--a freelance producer, but it just means I'm an unemployed phoner.