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screech

Canadian
(esp in Newfoundland) a dark rum
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There are not many men who would like to be caught in a sandwich between screechy Kat Moon and an ear-bursting Bianca Butcher.
Cyrus had opened the show with a screechy performance of her single 'We can't stop'.
Here is the winning entry: We're going to the orchestra We're not getting our head in a tuba It's so dark and gloomy in the hall We're scared of the dark (tremble) Uh oh violins all stacked Big screechy violins We can't smash them we can't go under them The only choice is play them Screeeech We're going to the orchestra We're not getting our head in a tuba It's so dark and gloomy in the hall We're scared of the dark Doh Big banging drums all surrounding us But we get the best view Trip bang trip bang Michael Rosen said: "For poetry to work there has to be an element of surprise, some sense of newness.
The parents come down for the recitals and they walk in thinking they're going to hear a screechy session, but it's quite the opposite," he said.
Somewhere along the way, little Fergus or Frannie get left behind at a gas station or rest stop, and the family blithely motors on for an hour or so before they notice the absence of a single screechy voice and come up one noggin short in a hurried head count.
The display is vibrant and has good viewing angles but the audio though loud is extremely screechy at high volumes.
I could smell the burny, screechy tyres of the van that hit him and I could see it was all bashed at the front.
All winter, I watched Screechy fly in and out of the owl house.
With its screechy violins and vaguely ominous undertones, Lavista's dissonant composition combined with dimly lit stage and vaguely post-apocalyptic costuming to create an otherworldly feel -- like glimpsing the minutiae of a world where crustaceans have inherited the earth.
Then there are the late noisy dinners, after dinner family gup shup, and of course all that screechy prime time television.
The screechy, scratchy sound dials up the pain of my pounding headache to almost unbearable.
Public transport (including screechy trams) running practically 24 hours a day for festivals?