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In addition to holding 30- to 40-person house parties with delegates around the state, Romney has made one-on-one calls to delegates and held weekly tele-town-halls where delegates can ask him about policy.
More health insurance plans and telemedicine companies are starting to offer tele-mental health services too.
About 10 percent of those students received counseling through telemedicine, and about 300 of those students were referred for tele-psychiatric care.
Lahey ended its consulting relationship with Brown in 2015, but provides tele-radiology services to his clinics and interprets scans.
Going to a Cabinet Meeting (tele-conference) at 11:00 A.M. on #Harvey.
Instead, he’s opted for tele-town halls, which some have argued give politicians the opportunity to screen questions.
Going to a Cabinet Meeting (tele-conference) at 11:00 A.M. on
Raven (DC Comics) Known mostly for being a prominent member of the Teen Titans, Rachel Roth (aka Raven) is a tele-empathetic who can teleport and send out an equally powerful version of her known as her Soul-Self.
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TELE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tele- for English Language Learners
: at or over a long distance
: using a telephone
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