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megaphone

[′meg·ə‚fōn]
(acoustics)
A conical or rectangular horn used to amplify or direct the sound of a speaker's voice.
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Whether it is mobile ice-cream vendors using megaphones in vehicles that move around to promote products or services, or irritating leaflets placed on windscreens or thrown on doorsteps.
The events that Startup Megaphone organized abroad were a 300-person conference in New York City and a three-day retreat in Singapore, coinciding with the city-state's Formula One race in September.
I've had comments from them and they nd the megaphone idea really funny.
The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) recovered acid bulbs, chargers, megaphones and around 1680 bullets of .
Phillip Hunt, of Sandford Meadow, Lichfield, had already been warned he was committing an offence with the megaphone when he was spotted using the device in May.
CAMPAIGNER: Barber Andy Blackwell from Liskeard in Cornwall, who has been "blacklisted" by the local authority for using a megaphone to alert motorists of traffic wardens
Bulgaria's police authorities will employ megaphones in order to alert the population in case an earthquake with a magnitude stronger than 4 on the Richter scale happens to rattle the country.
He came and stuck two fingers up at us at the same time, he was giving us 'the bird' with two hands at a time," Megan Hayes, the nurse with the megaphone told The Age.
MEGAPHONE J Enforcement officer delivers final warning THREAT J Warning on barricade, above.
It was probably an error of judgement to take my FC Barca megaphone to the boozer as I pitched up in there at midafternoon last Saturday.
This, together with the image of the inside of a megaphone became the catalyst for HUM