sound blast

sound blast

A political announcement video clip approximately 10 minutes in duration that is typically excerpted from a longer speech and uploaded to YouTube. The term is derived from sound "bite," a short, pithy phrase extracted from a speech.
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When the flies were tested after the sound blast, their hearing was found to be impaired.
The mom filed the lawsuit after she and her daughter had donned their Belieber t-shirts and gone to see the teen heartthrob in concert during the summer, saying that her ears had been damaged by the loud screaming of fellow fans, or - in her words - that she was "injured by a sound blast that exceeded safe decibel levels.
Bettis said she took her daughter to a July 14, 2010, Justin Bieber concert at the Rose Quarter in Portland and "due to an unforeseen aspect of the show, I was injured by a sound blast that exceeding safe decibel levels.
The gondola supposedly "acted as a sound conductor, creating a sound blast that permanently damaged both my ears," she claimed.
The beam can deliver messages in a crowd control situation or discharge a debilitating sound blast.
These create a sound blast of 250 decibels and a frequency of 8 to 170 Hz -- not quite a mere puff.
In her federal suit she claims: "I was injured by a sound blast that exceeded safe decibel levels.
She said that the gondola acted as a "sound conductor creating a sound blast that permanently damaged both of my ears.
The DEP believes this research, which would use loud, powerful sound blasts to map the ocean floor over a 30-day period, will likely have a detrimental effect on New Jerseya s fisheries and marine mammals.
His trademark pumping trance sound blasts away the winter freeze and brings back memories of late nights in Ibiza.