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klaxon

[′klak·sən]
(engineering acoustics)
A diaphragm horn sometimes operated by hand.
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The Supreme Court's Choice-of-Law Jurisprudence Prior to Klaxon
With respect to the first policy, that diversity should not change the choice-of-law rules that would otherwise apply in a case, following the letter of Klaxon in direct-filed cases causes that very result.
The only sport in which klaxons really took a grip was rugby league and to this day they are used at many clubs to designate when 40 minutes are up and anything that happens after that is solely the referee's fault.
He commented: "Not every racecourse has the klaxon to signal a stewards' inquiry.
Yesterday's replacement unit was not equipped with a klaxon.
Now, for the first time in its history, ball game stewards are to introduce a new safety klaxon in the event of anything going wrong.
It is believed the leak was of a non- toxic coolant oil called Syltherm and the Klaxon sounded again just before midnight to tell residents all was under control.
Racecourses must have a safety officer who concentrates on loose horse problems and has either a klaxon or lighting system at various points on the course which would instruct the jockeys to stop racing in circumstances such as this.
And when the klaxon sounded Gary, aged 46, of Stratford Avenue, Atherstone, emerged - sporting a ripped shirt - to be declared the winner.
We got the name Klaxon from the Greek word 'to shriek'.
KLAXONS, Tomorrow, O2 Academy, Birmingham, 0844 477 2000.
KLAXONS NEW ravers Klaxons showed they're still a live force to contend with.