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bullhorn

[′bu̇l‚hȯrn]
(communications)
A portable loudspeaker, generally with built-in amplifier and microphone, used for voice messages to crowds or from one ship to another at sea.
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Accounting student David Spencer, in a suit and tie, took the bullhorn at Johnson Hall and told a story of being wrestled from a city bus by police officers after a Radio Shack robbery miles from where he stood.
Officers with bullhorns directed protesters to clear the road, and others in riot gear forced people out of the street.
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According to Claire Kent, also from Emirates, "Any way of creating publicity is good." The lot of them posed for their group photos, independent of the crowd that had formed around Abitov and his bullhorn.
A GMA News video showed the unnamed woman walking around the a village in the municipality of Cabatuan in Central Philippines using the bullhorn as a loudspeaker seeking apology from the mother and the girl who was slandered.
The police don't care, he yelled into the bullhorn. The group, he said, wanted a national inquiry now.
Videos of the event show mourners being led by a man on a bullhorn in chanting their support for Reformist leaders Mir-Hossain Musavi and Mehdi Karrubi, who are under house arrest in Tehran.