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transistor radio

n.
A small portable radio using transistorized circuitry.
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transistor radio

n(radio f inv a) transistor m inv
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In occupied Kashmir, with no cable TV services and Internet available, direct-to-home (DTH) Dish TV connections and transistor radio sets are in high demand since August 5 when the Indian government imposed communication clampdown in the valley.
NIGEL FARAGE'S oratory skills have all the attraction of a blaring building site transistor radio.
I grew up to the sounds of the good old transistor radio which woke me up each morning when the shippie neighbour played music from Radio Ceylon for the entire neighbourhood, as the bulk of them did not own a radio.
The repairers were asked to fix a range of items including a tree lopper, a Marconi transistor radio which used to pick up Radio Luxembourg back in its heyday, a legless table, a number of steam irons, a hand drill, a soldering iron, items which needed stitching and jewellery.
Lorenzana said that he is hoping that households have their own survival kit or grab bag containing emergency items and a battery-operated transistor radio and power banks for cellphones.
Another Danger Mouse cohort, Daniele Luppi, conducts the violin-heavy string section, adding drama to the resigned, regretful "Drown" and elegant clarity to "Reveries," where O and her acoustic guitar sound as if seeping through a transistor radio in need of fine-tuning.
"FM radio is old technology - nowadays nobody carries a transistor radio with them - but everyone has a phone, and that's where we will be!" Although significant funds have already been invested in the project, the team has formed a not-for-profit company to run the station and oversee the DAB licence application.
The only investment one was required to have on the other end was a transistor radio that was powered mostly by the indubitable Eveready (Paka Power) batteries or any other brand of dry cells and you were good to go.Today, the Kenyan millennials who were born just when Agneta was perfecting the art of sending salaams through the revolutionary greeting cards, buy hordes of air time bundles to send their latest selfies and anecdotal messages on Instagram, Snapchat and WhatsApp ndash social media apps that are today subscribed by hundreds of millions of young people.
The film includes a number of memory flashbacks, as well as many pop songs played on the son's transistor radio (including Michael Learns to Rock's 'That's Why You Go Away', which is an anachronism given that the film is set in the early 1980s).
In Pembrokeshire, 1368khz MW is an excellent signal, especially on the north coast, so dust off the old transistor radio, tune in and enjoy the weekend.
"A lot of us were traumatised," said Mohammad, who found out about the crime by listening to his old transistor radio.
Less than 50 years ago, the average home had two items that ran on batteries -- probably a flashlight and a transistor radio. Today, homes are more likely to have at least 30 devices that require battery power.

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