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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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Whether the growls happen during a rousing game of tug or a more physical play encounter, the key here is that the dogs know they are playing.
If at any point she does growl or snap, you have moved too quickly and have to go back a step.
uk) -reveals the best ways to put a stop to those tiresome night-time growls.
Recordings of tiger growls have been shown to scare away marauding elephant herds in India.
12 ( ANI ): Researchers have found that Wild Asian elephants slink away when they hear a tiger roar but trumpet and growl before retreating from leopard growls.
Police were called by neighbouring guests who heard growls and screams from his room.
He growls every time there's anyone or anything nearby.
He has learned that if he growls, it drives most people away.
CUTLINE: Contestants Samantha Varteresian, 14, of Gardner, left, Mariah Slomcheck, 13, of Winchendon, center, and Tori Belko, 13, of Winchendon, do their wildcat growls on Friday.
5 : sounds uttered by a group of persons or animals together <There was a chorus of deep growls .
By squeezing labeled buttons on the barrel, you can produce mature and young buck growls, grunts, and snort-wheezes, plus doe bleats and fawn bawls (Flextone Game Calls, 1-866-995-4263, www.