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WhoCallsMe is a user-supplied database of phone numbers, whereas Argali White and Yellow provides software for phone-number searching. Truecaller has an online directory and a mobile app for finding the ID of a caller.


The easiest and fastest way to determine the network a mobile phone number belongs to is to do a reverse number look up on www.whitepages.com. If you enter the number into the search engine, it will show you the network the number belongs to and what city or area the number originates from.


While cellphone companies do not publish directories listing their customers' names and phone numbers, it is possible to find out who a mobile phone number belongs to by doing a little sleuthing online. There are people search sites that often provide this information, but they usually charge a smal


The heart is part of the cardiovascular system and works like a pump to move blood throughout the body. The cardiovascular system also consists of the veins, arteries and capillaries that route blood throughout the body, according to WebMD.


The skin belongs to the integumentary system. It is an organ designed to protect the body from outside harm and is the largest organ system in the human body.


Gold belongs to Group 11, which does not have a family name but is part of the larger group known as the transition metals. Gold is considered a coinage metal, along with silver and copper, because it was often used in the manufacture of currency.


Iron belongs to the family of transition metals. Like main group metals, transition metals are hard, conduct both heat and electricity and are malleable. One of the few differences is that transition metals are more electronegative.


On the periodic table, silver belongs to the family of elements in group 11, as well as transitional metals. Some other elements in these families are copper and gold, and together these metals are sometimes referred to as the "coinage" metals.


Carbon belongs to the carbon family, which is group 14 on the periodic table. The other four members of the carbon group are silicon, germanium, tin, and lead.


Oxygen belongs to the Chalcogens family of elements. Oxygen is found in Group 16 or VIA of the periodic table, along with the elements sulphur, selenium, polonium and tellurium.