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firecracker

[′fīr‚krak·ər]
(engineering)
A cylindrically shaped item containing an explosive and a fuse; used to simulate the noise of an explosive charge.
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This is where you hear that whatever it is the noise makers are speaking about is dumb, it will never work, it is a pipe dream, etc.
UO athletic department spokesman David Williford said Friday that security members at Autzen games have been instructed to first tell fans about the new rule before confiscating their noise makers.
This may also be useful for noise makers -- the odds are they don't realize they disturb you so much.
Approximately 60 people showed up at the J&J party in the Sheldon home, where finger foods, party hats, noise makers, favors and liquid refreshments were provided as part of the ticket price.
The Tadpole can be fitted with sizing plates, magnets, scrapers, bypass holes, noise makers, or it can be used as a tug.
Despite the absence of noise makers, fireworks, and extreme festivity this year, I found solemnity and solitude in how we welcomed the New Year, and it was special because I got to celebrate it with those I love most.
athletes including USSA-logoed gear, hand warmers, noise makers and a custom Resorts West cow bell.
The team visit the complainant, listen to the noise then negotiate with the noise makers.
This will include hats, party favors, noise makers, food and a disc jockey.
Called Lament of the Noise Makers this is a work of animated object theatre.
The initiative focuses on educating and informing both noise makers and noise sufferers to reduce the amount of associated problems and make people aware of the help available to them.
and that was just the brief yet brilliant headline slot from the young Norwich noise makers.