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splatter

[′splad·ər]
(communications)
Distortion due to overmodulation of a transmitter by peak signals of short duration, particularly sounds containing high-frequency harmonics; it is a form of adjacent-channel interference.
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OUTRAGE Paint splattered on Roosevelt & Churchill statue
Four other candidates whose billboards were splattered with red paint declined to comment publicly when contacted by the GDN, saying they feared follow-up attacks if they spoke out.
Participants playing SMS Slingshot; and, above, their messages splattered on the wall
"Smashed, Squashed, Splattered, Chewed, Chunked, and Spewed" is a rather interesting title for a rather interesting book.
He said beer was thrown around the carriage, which was also heavily splattered with blood.
What a short sighted bunch of ignorant little people we were and how we should now rejoice that a giant like Jackson Pollock once dwelt among us to show us the true worth of paint splattered cardboard.
Police are also investigating an incident between Thursday night and Friday morning when shutters on the Blossom Hill Bedding store at High Pit, Cramlington, were splattered with paint pellets.
Students used colors that would contrast with the ones they planned to use for the splattered foreground.
The jury has been shown photographs of Mr Cropper lying in a blood splattered bath.
A rating of 1 meant the stream splattered like a sprinkler; a rating of 5 meant the stream scattered very little--like faucet water.
Male models flexed their muscles under transparent fishnet T-shirts as girls strutted in white vests splattered with circles of colour.
News and World Report did a cover story on talk-show host Bill Maher's move from cable to ABC, while Time splattered Bill Cosby and his recently murdered son on the cover so the rest of us could be gatecrashers into Cosby's grief.