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1. Of or relating to telephones.
2. Transmitted or conveyed by telephone.

tel′e·phon′i·cal·ly adv.


advfernsprechtechnisch; (= by telephone)telefonisch
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Alpa police Station after arresting Fareedi registered an FIR against him under sections 419 and 420 of Pakistan Penal Code (PPC), The RO informed adding that parents of Khidja were contacted telephonically at once.
- August 8, 2019) - The Securities and Exchange Commission’s Investor Advisory Committee will meet telephonically on Sept.0x205 at 11 a.m.
Earlier, the speaker made a telephonically contact with the Minister for Interior and expressed his concern over the matter.
Earlier, the Speaker made a telephonically contact with Minister for Interior and expressed his concern on the said arrest.
A replay of the call will be available following the live call at the same site and telephonically until Friday, May 3, 2019 by dialling 855.859.2056, using access code 1496107, it added.
When the matter worsened, District Education Officer, Secondary Education, Akhtar Ali Korejo, was informed who telephonically intervened and pacified both ladies.
Telephonically addressing an 'Aafia release camp' at GT Road, Tarnol, Islamabad, Dr Fowzia said the atrocities meted out to Aafia have shamed the humanity.
An official of the board said if private candidates did not receive their roll number slips, they could either download them from FBISE website, and or contact board, telephonically, through website chat room, or by visiting the board office.
DC has said in the letter that Shahid Saleem was telephonically called and aware about the situation but to no avail.
This only lasted a year and fortunately we never knew the identity of the gentleman with whom we telephonically co-habited, although we suspected he listened in to our conversations when he had the chance.
Syed Ali Gilani said this while telephonically addressing the mourners of the martyr Zeenatul Islam in Shopian district from Srinagar.