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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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Fellow travelers, strange homes on wheels--wandahomes--pulled by mammoths, a bird who babbles all, cheerful Moorfolk, subterraneous caverns, a village named Meander, friends who will help, and those who will not, dreams directed by Merlin himself, wondrous mythic creatures, knights, a special key, Pits of Gloom, kidnapping, slavery all abound in this absorbing tale of Merlin's descendants.
Anna, 27, has recently been in a TV ad for the latest 3G mobiles - in which she babbles about breadsticks and evolution.
After analysing recording of the babies' babbles, the researchers found that noises from the first group developed faster during the play session.
First reported for deaf babies in 1991, manual babbles consist of cycles of repeated gestures that have no meaning.
Flitting between the stage and his psychiatrist's couch, Byrne babbles about Bagpuss, babies and Spice Girls.
Narrating his own movie in flat, California cadences that bring to mind Kevin Costner, Brown bubbles and babbles on and on about the many dangers of the race and the special nature of the participants.
Standing between two of her own new paintings (her first since 1984), Fraser admonishes the guests in halting German, babbles incoherently, and tells bad jokes-restaging in its entirety a half-hour speech given in 1995 by a drunk Martin Kippenberger on the occasion of a friend's exhibition.
Thrilled to have any regular company (both men have been wifeless for most of their adulthood), Manesquier babbles all kinds of nonsense to his taciturn guest.