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    The Telephone

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    The Telephone About 100 years ago‚ Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone by accident with his assistant Mr. Watson. Over many years‚ the modern version of the telephone makes the one that Bell invented look like a piece of junk. Developments in tone dialing‚ call tracing‚ music on hold‚ and electronic ringers have greatly changed the telephone. This marvelous invention allows us to communicate with the entire globe 24 hours a day just by punching in a simple telephone number. It is the

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    The Telephone “Before the telephone came to Magdaluna‚ Im Kaleem’s house was bustling at just about any time of day‚ especially at night‚ when its windows were brightly lit with three large oil lamps‚ and the loud voices of the men talking‚ laughing‚ and arguing could be heard in the street below—a reassuring‚ homey sound” Anwar F. Accawi (p. 46). It’s hard to imagine that a single device such as the telephone‚ albeit a breakthrough in technology‚ could change not only a person’s day to day

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    Telephones

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    * Vishal Patel TRANFORMATION OF TELEPHONES Modern man enjoys a number of wonderful gifts of science. The telephone is one of them. It is the quickest means of conveying messages from one place to another. After the invention of this instrument‚ man has conquered time and space. Our lives have become so busy in the new world and have no time for our family members and relatives. But this distance is not the end because the new technologies have changed our lives in many ways and have connected

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    The Telephone

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    The Telephone By Alexander Graham Bell [pic] The invention of the telephone is the culmination of work done by many individuals‚ the history of which involves a collection of claims and counterclaims. The prerequisite for the development of the telephone goes back to the year 1833 were Carl Friedrich Gauß and Wilhelm Eduard Weber invented the electric transmission of signals in Göttingen which set the fundamental basis for the technology that was used in all inventions

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    In Anwar Accawi’s story “The Telephone” had a deep explanation of the importance of community. This essay reignited my feelings about the community I had back in Bangladesh. I used to live in a setting similar to Magdaluna’s. It was a neighborhood where everybody would know everybody else. If anybody would get sick‚ other people would come to see and wish him/her quick recovery. People tend to ignore sick people nowadays but there was a time when people would go visit their neighbors and extend their

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    Telephone Past and Present

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    TELEPHONE PAST TO THE PRESENT YOLINDA RATLIFF INF. 103 COMPUTER LITERACY INSTRUCTOR MIKE JONES August 10‚ 2010 In 1862 Thomas Alvin Edison hung a telegraphy line from Port Hudson Railroad station to Port Hudson village and worked in the telegraphy office as he was taught as a

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    A Telephone Call

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    A Telephone Call Face to Face with Obsession In “A Telephone Call‚” Dorothy Parker uses diction‚ tone‚ and point of view to expose obsession and give it a voice. Parker reveals the deep feelings of a woman experiencing an infatuation. The language usage and tone help keep a high-paced unstable feeling throughout the story. Point of view focuses on the thoughts and agitations of the crazed woman. To highlight the theme Parker sensibly uses these specific literary tools. Parker takes advantage

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    Invention of Telephone and Development Invention of the phone (1876 ​​): Scottish-born Alexander Graham Bell speaking educators on March 7‚ 1876 the first telephone was invented and received a patent . Deaf studies related to vibration in the air with the sounds of Bella wondered how that had led him to . " Harmonic telegraph" his name while working on a mechanism of electric current to resemble the vibration caused during a conversation I had found could have been changed . According to this

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    Qualities of a good telephone operator Punctuality – it is extremely important that an operator reports for duty at least five minutes before his/her shift. Personal hygiene and deportment – operators must be particularly careful that their mouths are free from odour. Hair should be properly groomed and finger nails well maintained. Accuracy – errors are usually caused by carelessness or misunderstanding. All this can be avoided by the exercise of reasonable care‚ particularly in putting

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    Telephone Essay

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    treaty had been signed‚ costing the British armed forces over 2‚000 lives.  Obviously‚ the need for instantaneous and accurate communication was reaching a paramount level with civilizations being spread across such vast distances. The telephone‚ invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876‚ solved this problem by transforming human speech into a series of electrical signals that could be sent very much like a telegraph‚ though on different wires. This invention

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