loud-hailer


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loud-hailer

a portable loudspeaker having a built-in amplifier and microphone
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As waves washed over the separating words, Keith used a loud-hailer to broadcast his poem North Sea Fever, written especially for the project.
As waves washed over the separating words, Mr Armstrong used a loud-hailer to broadcast his poem, North Sea Fever.
Still, some of us learn the hard way and, sporting a red rosette and my trusty loud-hailer, I began the day full of fervour.
She shouted through a loud-hailer: "My father was from Liverpool, so I'm one of you.
An Islamic leader with a loud-hailer appealed for calm from the protesters.
"The minority Labour Assembly Government is conducting negotiations by loud-hailer rather than working in partnership."
ALEX FERGUSON once walked the streets of Paisley with a loud-hailer demanding locals turn out to watch St Mirren.
"There was somebody coordinating them with a loud-hailer and even the police were joining in the fun."
Over his loud-hailer, he announces: "Tell big Donald in Edinburgh he's a dumpling and he's out of touch with the people of Scotland.
It made Rooney the first England player to score in four successive qualifying matches since David Beckham in 2003 and briefly silenced a manically noisy home contingent, being egged on by an organiser with a loud-hailer.