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screaming

[′skrēm·iŋ]
(aerospace engineering)
A form of combustion instability, especially in a liquid-propellant rocket engine, of relatively high frequency, characterized by a high-pitched noise.
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Potentially, there are universal rules of arousal and ways to communicate fear," says Blumstein, who typically studies screams in marmots, not starlets.
After a blinding set there was a ten-minute ovation before Primal Scream returned to the stage for three more songs.
Wednesday night's Civic gig saw the Scream finally come of age as a live act.
The starring role in Scream was a dream come true for the 32-year-old actress.
And a painted scream comparably summons up associations through which it is vested with moral meaning.
We revise our haunts every year to make them bigger and scarier than anything you've ever experienced," said Benjamin Nagengast, CEO of Indy Scream Park.
This year he and his butcher friends have found some brand new tools and they'll be more than happy to show them off to guests at the Scream Factory.
It tells us that the scream people might have thought was coming from the figure's mouth is not actually him screaming, it's the scream of nature he is hearing through his ears.
I told my family this tale and if someone screams on TV one of us will shout: "It's a scream play
Nara Capezzali, whose apartment in Perugia, Italy, overlooks the one where Miss Kercher was killed in 2007, imitated the sound and told the court that, shortly after the scream, she heard the steps of at least two people running.
PowerGen also installed its scream energisers at cinemas in Leicester, which registered 25,826 screams; Sheffield, where there were 12,004 screams; and Birmingham, which recorded 38,153.
People kept asking whether there was going to be anything Scream Factory related at our wedding," said Katy, 29.