Definition of 'mobile'
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But this is the first time a mobile has been used in such a dramatic escape. The Sun (2016)This is especially true on mobile networks where traffic shaping is used extensively to manage congestion. Computing (2010)He then obtained her mobile phone number and began to text her. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What does looking at your mobile phone do to your brain? Times, Sunday Times (2016)All routes out have been blocked and the use of mobile phones forbidden. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Data showed his mobile had moved a distance of 12 miles. The Sun (2016)The technology is there to do mobile payments, now it’s about getting it rolled out commercially. Computing (2010)WHY are lags able to get access to mobile phones in prison? The Sun (2016)She said that the extra powers being considered would be to deal with common offences including using a mobile telephone at the wheel and speeding. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They now use mobiles to check the time. The Sun (2011)Other networks and mobiles will cost more. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The research also showed that young people use mobile phones more extensively than the wider population. Times, Sunday Times (2006)News that the enemy army is on the move arrives by mobile phone. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They are banned from using mobile telephones or having access to the internet. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Paint your mobile number on it in outsize toxic yellow figures for good measure. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But we are also mobile because civil society has taught us to be. Christianity Today (2000)People can still contact you by radio or mobile. The Sun (2009)You have to be in this day and age of social media and mobile phones. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Prices will go up for mobile connectivity and more storage. The Sun (2014)The mobile phone group is under pressure to sell assets before making new purchases. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Is it that his mother always phones his mobile at a certain time? Times, Sunday Times (2008)He'd set his mobile to the torch setting. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Not getting a mobile signal is not much fun and neither is losing the Ashes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I found an old mobile phone of hers and it was charged up. The Sun (2009)Slowly, the animal opened his large, mobile lips and began making sounds. The Broken God (1993)To make the frame for the mobile tree to hang in, cut away part of the front of the card - used a lid to draw round. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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