Animal Communication

Entertainment / Literature / Animal Communication: The exchange of information among animals, especially as contrasted with human language and meta-language (Algeo 312). Examples include pheremone trails left by ants, semaphore communications among bees, mating calls among birds, and vocal alerts concerning different predators among certain mammals.

Other Words for Animal

Animal Noun Synonyms: creature, being, mammal, organism
Animal Adjective Synonyms: zoological, zooid, animalistic
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Japanese Total Access Communication (JTAC)

Technology / Cell Phones / Japanese Total Access Communication (JTAC): Like the European TACS, JTAC is the Japanese analog cellular system. MORE

National Rural Telecommunications Cooperative (Nrtc)

Technology / Television (TV) / National Rural Telecommunications Cooperative (Nrtc): This organization provides telecommunications services to rural electric and rural telephone cooperatives. If you live in a NRTC district, you cannot use directv services unless you go through your l MORE

National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

Technology / Cell Phones / National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA): The federal government's executive branch advisory committee for telecommunications. MORE

Personal Communications Industry Association (PCIA)

Technology / Cell Phones / Personal Communications Industry Association (PCIA): A trade group representing PCS, SMR, private radio and other wireless users and carriers. MORE

Interpersonal Communications

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Interpersonal Communications: Refers to the process of communicating with another person or group to express feelings, thoughts or information by means of physical gestures or verbal exchanges. MORE

International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

Technology / Cell Phones / International Telecommunication Union (ITU): An agency of the United Nations, headquartered in Geneva that furthers the development of telecommunications services worldwide and oversees global allocation of spectrum for future uses. MORE

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