Recent Examples of talkie from the Web
And calls to Bell’s walkie-talkie to address problems with student behavior have become a normal part of the school day.
At Carver, one of Crosby's biggest adult cheerleaders has been Brian Gilmore, the big-voiced discipline dean who often stands at the end of the senior hallway with a walkie-talkie between classes.
Club personnel are forbidden, for example, from using cell phones, walkie-talkies, laptops or other gear to communicate with players and coaches who are on the field, in the dugout or bullpen, or (during a game) in the clubhouse.
But in Puerto Rico most mayors had only walkie-talkies — and the occasional ham radio — to communicate.
Ever since Stranger Things burst onto the scene, the cutest kids to ever use walkie talkies became Internet favorites.
Behind them, jeeps equipped with walkie-talkies, were stationed at strategic points.
As of Friday afternoon, the walkie talkie app was the most popular free app on Google Play and in Apple's App Store.
As Hurricane Irma slams the Caribbean and heads toward Florida, walkie-talkie app Zello has climbed to the top of the iTunes App Store chart, the Washington Post reports.
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