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texter

(ˈtɛkstə)
n
(Telecommunications) a person who communicates by text messaging
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The star couldn't believe it when even more women contacted Today FM following the revelation - including former texter Nora.
Other Drive Safe features include an Auto-Reply button, a pre-set response that is automatically delivered to the texter or caller and reads
The sender of a text message is known as a texter, while the service itself has different colloquialisms depending on the region: it may simply be referred to as a text or a texto in North America and Australia, text in the United Kingdom, an SMS in most of Europe, and a TMS or SMS in the Middle East 12 and Asia.
As texter, Laughing Alex from Ayrshire, put it: "Welcome to Scotland, home of the whack-job".
Daniele Gadd, a 24-year-old orthodontic nurse at Cardiff Orthodontic Centre, said she is a regular texter who has escaped TMI injury.
A texter to the BBC football website takes a comical view of the crime-hit Liverpool squad after a spate of players had their homes broken into this season.
She's a big texter," said the 55-year-old father of two from Ayer.
Moncrieff was threatened with "both barrels" by a texter to his radio show who used the name Gus.
They were held yesterday at Age Concern's base in North Shields, with the organisation's Charly Mulvaney, 30, leading the sessions, assisted by Age Concern volunteer and keen texter June Smith, from Whitley Bay, herself an over-50.
An hour into our hunt we saw our first texter, his eyes fixed on the phone's screen, not on the traffic.
A malicious texter is plaguing the teens, but Lisa makes sure they get the message it's got to stop.
The cult of the texter is upon us, and anyone travelling on Birmingham's buses will have become used to the sound of constant beeping as 14-year-olds send each other messages on their miniature technological marvels.