squealing


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squealing

[′skwēl·iŋ]
(electronics)
A condition in which a radio receiver produces a high-pitched note or squeal along with the desired radio program, due to interference between stations or to oscillation in some receiver circuit.
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I thought I would never hear a pig squealing again without shuddering - that was until I had to listen to the same noise coming from the major bookies.
But Harvey, who was on Chelsea's books as a youngster, only stayed in the water for a few seconds before running out squealing.
But they also reacted with signs of confusion and distress, such as squealing, curling up on the floor, and trying to escape from the test chamber.
Squealing brakes cost auto manufacturers several hundred million dollars a year in warranty repairs and are among consumers' top 20 vehicle complaints--even in luxury cars.
OUR revelation that David Blunkett will introduce identity cards in November's Queen's Speech is sure to get the civil liberties lobby squealing.
The pads, which are the torque-producing wear components on DFE's pneumatic dual disk brakes, are warranted not to create annoying squealing or screeching sounds during operation.
It was just after evensong, as formal goodbyes were being offered to visitors, that Sister Michael heard the squealing of a pig and learned that the animal was being slaughtered just off to the side of the worshippers for the pig roast that would follow.
If the actors and real members were identical, the whole team would be very sissy and squealing.
On February 27, a Florida WXTB rock-radio DJ known as "Bubba the Love-Sponge Clem" staged the on-air castration and killing of a squealing pig.
An pig flying first class with US Airways became over-excited while taxiing along the runway into Seattle airport and ran through the aircraft squealing loudly.
I like knowing where he is, squinting and squealing.
Recognition of specific images is indeed frustrated but instead of imagining storms or faces, I'm squealing again at detail, the subtle fuzz of Xerox on Bristol board compared to the clarity of graphite on Mylar, and how they overlap to make a form and its shadow one.