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howl

Electronics an unwanted prolonged high-pitched sound produced by a sound-producing system as a result of feedback

howl

[hau̇l]
(engineering acoustics)
Undesirable prolonged sound produced by a radio receiver or audio-frequency amplifier system because of either electric or acoustic feedback.
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Address: HOWL Gallery/Tattoo - 4160 Cleveland Ave, Fort Myers, FL 33901
Howl at the Moon currently operates clubs in 16 cities from coast to coast.
The wolf ancestors howled more--or at least barked a lot less--and the breeds that howl most today are wolf-like Northern breeds such as Huskies and Malamutes as well as those breeds we have selected (bred) for howling such as Beagles and Bloodhounds," says animal behaviorist Katherine A.
Resident coyotes often howl to define territorial boundaries, whereas transients may display risk-avoidance behaviour by not vocalizing or approaching a broadcasted call (Mitchell 2004).
Ginsberg's naked and trembling victims fill his poem with wails, screams, shrieks and animal howls of pain, Aristotelian pity and terror fill Dante's heart when he sees and hears the suffering of his friends.
FOR BUDDING BARDS: Luxx, aka Lisa Parhad, outside the Blue Rooms in Byram Arcade where she will compere live poetry with a Howl Picture by Paul Welch (PW280112Bblue-
In Jones's Howl, this particular truth is tested to its extreme by making Sophie preternaturally old.
Nevertheless, with their new film Howl, Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman have managed to do just that--forging a highly original solution to the thorny problems inherent in the task.
NEW YORK - Starring James Franco in a career-defining performance as Allen Ginsberg, Howl is the story of how the young poet's seminal work broke down societal barriers in the face of an infamous public obscenity trial.
Howl looks at American poet Allen Ginsberg when he was about age 29 and examines the influence that his magnum opus--which was also his first published poem--had on American society in the mid-1950's.
Summary: A sell-out audience attended Howl, the opening movie at the Sundance Film Festival.