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bullhorn

[′bu̇l‚hȯrn]
(communications)
A portable loudspeaker, generally with built-in amplifier and microphone, used for voice messages to crowds or from one ship to another at sea.
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Picketers used a bullhorn to shout profane and sexually explicit taunts while a woman and her four- and five-year-old sons attempted to make arrangements for her grandmother's funeral, causing the family to become visibly upset.
But it didn't deter Carmen "Coqui" Negron, 46, of Worcester, from declaring on her own bullhorn, "Aqui estamos y no nos vamos (Here we are and we are not leaving).
People are out there on the bullhorn trying to disturb the media.
Dunlap said the city bought six bullhorns at $150 each as a temporary fix.
We're tremendously pleased with our progress in 2002 with respect to servicing customers and growing our business," said Greg Hanson, Bullhorn CEO.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- ettain group announced a partnership with Bullhorn, Inc.
Bullhorn, a leading provider of customized front office CRM solutions, today announced that it has released a number of additional services with the release of Version 6.
Bullhorn, a leading provider of customized front office CRM solutions, today announced that it has closed a Series B Round of financing, led by Austin Investment Management and Elmrock Capital among others.
Our newest advisory board members understand deeply the productivity needs of agencies today and the strength of Bullhorn's project management and staffing solutions in delivering ROI," said Barry Hinckley, founder and CEO of Bullhorn.
In other words, most candidates can be better represented by a career profile that includes press clippings, PowerPoint presentations, Webcasts, radio clips and various other file formats rather than a plain old word document," said Barry Hinckley, founder and CEO of Bullhorn.
Bullhorn developed customized software for the online entry process to streamline submissions and effectively manage the selection process.
With these elements in place, Bullhorn is the only company to offer corporate and agency users the dramatic cost benefits realized by flexible and dependable staffing, efficient workflow management and billing, project crisis control and just-in-time servicing," said Barry Hinckley, founder and CEO of Bullhorn.