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coax

[′kō‚aks]
(electromagnetism)

coax

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With a simple twist of the mouthpiece the call can be changed from a close range coaxer to a medium to a long range call.
With their semi-legal status and the average pay of 300 RMB per day for an independent guide, coaxers quickly come to depend on assistance from their compatriots.
He's one of life's great coaxers, is a born listener, and the fact that he's known instantly simply by that affectionate diminutive 'Parky' places him firmly in that tiny elite of broadcasting's National Treasures, alongside such other greats as Wogan and Motty.