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coax

[′kō‚aks]
(electromagnetism)

coax

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Jelena Dokic's touchline coach, sorry coaxer, wins the battle of the mad dads as his daughter gets past the new improved powerful frame of Mary Pierce.
With a simple twist of the mouthpiece the call can be changed from a close range coaxer to a medium to a long range call.
Lacking the necessary infrastructures and networks of clients as well as Chinese contacts to provide the full array of export related services, the members of these networks usually operate as coaxers. Connectivity and assistance among them is limited and resources flow, if at all, vertically, linking them to the communities' networks of accumulation that extend their assistance in cases of emergency--making sure to stress the charitable character of these transactions and thereby maintaining distinct power relations.
'He's one of life's great coaxers, is a born listener, and the fact that he's known instantly simply by that affectionate diminutive 'Parky' places him firmly in that tiny elite of broadcasting's National Treasures, alongside such other greats as Wogan and Motty.'