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babble

[′bab·əl]
(communications)
Aggregate crosstalk from a large number of channels.
Unwanted disturbing sounds in a carrier or other multiple-channel system which result from the aggregate crosstalk or mutual interference from other channels.

babble

The aggregate cross talk from a large number of communications channels.
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Babble has erred from listing any of the alternative, bohemian names that are popular nowadays among young, cosmopolitan parents but that some users claimed were their least favourite.
In the two years since Babble started cataloging the year's top mom bloggers, the number of blogs and their reach have exploded," said Alisa Volkman, Director, Sales and Product Strategy and co-founder, Babble Media.
Much of the motivation for the sector and catch-shares babble (good one, Alex) spring up from general agreement that existing fishing data is inadequate, wrong, or both.
Trouble is they babble and they try to speak at once.
But instead I let Derek babble on about how he looked forward to "helping out the team, working with the coach, blah, blah, blah.
Two Canadian films also formed part of this selection: Julie--Christine Fortier's Line Up and Steven Woloshen's Babble on Palms.
They babble constantly, but are unaware that their utterances aren't intelligible to adults.
Reviewers babble about the amazing visual effects and the ease and grace with which Tarzan "surfs" the trees, but they miss obvious concerns.
However, that statement, like so much of political rhetoric, is babble and based on nothing.
In one passage she focuses the reader's attention on the sudden appearance of a rare and fragile gonepteryx butterfly among the stony outcroppings and dilapidated ruins of Baalbek where tourists babble and gawk.
River (1993), by coartistic director KT Nelson, has some of the simplicity and sensuality of Scissors Paper Stone, though for irony and wit it substitutes the aforementioned babble.
How we doze upright on buses, how the night overtakes us in the babble of headphones, how the singing and clapping of another generation fade like distant radio as we ride, forehead heavy on the window, how we sleep, how we sleep.