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growl

Jazz an effect resembling a growl, produced at the back of the throat when playing a wind instrument

growl

[grau̇l]
(geophysics)
Noise heard when strata are subjected to great pressure.

Growl

Notification software for Mac OS X applications. Web browsers, download managers, email clients and other programs employ Growl to display a small pop-up window that alerts the user to some event such as new mail or a completed download. Users can choose the Growl's window style and degree of translucency. For more information, visit www.growl.info.
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Perhaps just as importantly, Growl is a soft-ground scorer and also has lots of fine placed form when the mud is flying.
As your fingernails find that spot just above his tail, you feel the rumble of a growl vibrate though him.
Growl Media creates interactive content targeted at children aged one to six, based on the principles of the British Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum.
Now a new study published in the journal Biology Letters claims playing recordings of tiger growls might do the trick.
Wexler who avers that in the past two and a half years, Max was seen for office visits, grooming and boarding, and was well behaved, did not growl, snap, bare his teeth or act in a manner that put others at risk of harm.
I was quite speechless ( I couldn't and she knew it I put my angry face on ( attempted a feeble growl I think I turned more red than green, My growl was more a howl We ended up laughing ( mood of irritation broken She hugged me; called me funny; No reprimand was spoken Now I don't make empty promises or intentionally tell a lie It's no use making idle threats ( if I can't comply.
The company is also inviting fans of the cereal to make a noise and growl for a share of [pounds sterling] 83,000 in prize money.
The UK-based security technology provider Security and Standards has launched Growl, its new system for the prevention of online fraud.
The first product in the range of applications to be launched is Growl, aimed at the consumer market, available for free download from
GROWL, a national coalition of thirty-five welfare rights organizations from twenty states, targeted the conference because it failed to include a single welfare recipient or grassroots advocate.
Teddy Growl, a wisp of a solo about a girl who daydreams that she's a ballerina, showed Sally Silvers at her best--funky, imaginative, with a feeling for simple theatrics.
If your dog misbehaves, correct his behavior with a forceful, low-toned growl ("BAH") -- a form of communications that your dog can understand.