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port of call a port where a ship regularly docks during the course of a longer voyage in order to load and unload passengers and cargo, make repairs, or the like.
roll call the reading aloud of a list of names of those expected to be present, such as students in a classroom, soldiers in a unit, or members at a meeting. [2 definitions]
sick call in the military, a daily lineup of those requesting medical attention. [2 definitions]
toll call any telephone call for which a higher rate is charged than the fixed rate for local calls.
trunk call (British English; old-fashioned) a long-distance telephone call.