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- A commercial office operation may be interested in minimizing nuisance calls while a hospital might be working toward eliminating emergencies and optimizing manpower effectiveness.
- Other nuisance calls included a woman complaining to ambulance staff that she had broken her fingernail and another ringing for help with her shopping.
- They can now ask the commissioner to put a stop to the nuisance calls.
- Have you ever had a nuisance call?
- Sure enough, sweetie that he is, Roddy logged over 200 abusive nuisance calls over the course of the next ten minutes or so.
- During this same period, my home telephone and my mobile phone were subject to nuisance calls.
- He stole a phone and made nuisance calls to family members.
- It was also an area identified by the fire service as a hot spot for fire-related incidents and nuisance calls.
- During one class, I received 18 nuisance calls.
- It was a false alarm and she was charged with making nuisance calls.
- That ended the nuisance calls.
- Does the call management system offer sophisticated pacing technology that permits limitations on nuisance calls and keep agents talking?
- Police are investigating complaints of an alleged campaign of poison pen letters, nuisance calls and vandalism directed at local Liberal Democrats.
- The bizarre calls were highlighted in a blitz on time-wasters by the Avon and Somerset force, after more than 8,400 hoax or nuisance calls between June 2007 and July 2008.
- He also received a number of nuisance calls over the weekend, although he said he has no idea who was behind them.
- She also admitted breaching a 12 month conditional discharge imposed on August 20, for a host of similar nuisance calls to the emergency services.