Some articles on call, calls:
... have the phone company's operator ask the call recipient if the recipient is willing to make payment for the call this is known as "reversing the charges", "reverse charged call" or a ... It is also possible to place a call to a phone booth if the intended recipient is known to be waiting at the booth, however not all phone booths allow incoming calls ...
... In financial mathematics, put–call parity defines a relationship between the price of a European call option and European put option in a frictionless ... Put–call parity requires minimal assumptions and thus does not require assumptions such as those of Black–Scholes or other commonly used financial models ...
... If a caller in the USA or Canada wants to call the Mayor of Dunedin, New Zealand, they would dial 477. 4000 ... (The generic international call prefix for NANPA countries is 011, then the country code for New Zealand is 64, the area code for Dunedin is 3, and the local number for the Dunedin City Council is 477 4000) ... If a caller in Japan wants to call the same number, they would instead dial 477. 4000 ...
... Call (band) Call, Texas, a community in the southern United States. ...
... revised or updated but for some reason the author or publisher does not want to call it the n+1th edition (where n = previous edition number) ... Conversely, they may decide to call a version that is really not very different a "new edition" (n+1th) ... This is analogous to the way that software publishers may call one update "version 3.7" but call the next update "version 4" instead of "version 3.8" ...
More definitions of "call up":
- (noun): An order to report for military duty.
- (verb): Get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone.
Synonyms: call, telephone, phone, ring
- (verb): Bring forward for consideration.
Synonyms: bring forward
Famous quotes containing the word call:
“There is no call for indignation or resentment at anyone whatsoever inquiring, holding,
or propounding views concerning the divine, for it is not the authority of the disputant, but
the truth of the disputation that is in the request.”
—Marcus Minucius Felix (2nd or 3rd cen. A.D.)
“Lets call something a rigid designator if in every possible world it designates the same object, a non-rigid or accidental designator if that is not the case. Of course we dont require that the objects exist in all possible worlds.... When we think of a property as essential to an object we usually mean that it is true of that object in any case where it would have existed. A rigid designator of a necessary existent can be called strongly rigid.”
—Saul Kripke (b. 1940)