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klaxon

[′klak·sən]
(engineering acoustics)
A diaphragm horn sometimes operated by hand.
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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 Supreme Court's Choice-of-Law Jurisprudence Prior to Klaxon
* The Dow Corning chemical complex where a warning klaxon went off on October 1
Again there was concern that the following season the klaxons would become prevalent in our game - even though England hadn't reached the finals - but it did not turn out to be the case.
Wallace added that a klaxon warning is a matter for individual racecourses.
Maxse also explained the use of the klaxon and insisted it was not Jockey Club regulation.
Installing the Kommander is straightforward, as it simply replaces existing sounders or warning beacons without any further rewiring or modifications being necessary, say Klaxon Signals Ltd of Honeypot Lane, Stanmore, Middlesex, tel:020 8952 5566.
And two Colombians linked to the Klaxon gang were arrested after Scots cops passed on intelligence to police in Bogota.
Yesterday's replacement unit was not equipped with a klaxon.
It may not be the sci-fi of The Klaxon's Golden Skans but Golden Shivers has the romantic strut of Kasabian as it kicks off with a bass riff and squelchy synth.
A TELEVISION presenter will be calling on charity champs to focus on the finish line when she sounds the klaxon for the start of a village fun run.
Hundreds of people are expected to pack the village as they attempt to be the last person with the ball when the klaxon sounds after two hours' play.