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squawk (number)

In pilot-controller terminology, it means, “Operate the radar beacon transponder on [the designated code] in mode A/3.”

squawk

A code meaning, “Switch the IFF (identification friend or foe) master control to the ‘normal' (mode and code as directed) position.” In some air forces, the term sing canary is used.
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Uh-oh, I thought, as I stared at the TV camera in CNBC's studio in early October and listened to the unseen hosts of Squawk Box speak to me from New York.
Lead broke up the flight by detaching Dash-3 and instructing them to maintain visual separation until another squawk was received.
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Store brands are moving in on nationals in many chains and consumers are beginning to squawk. While many are satisfied with the values and quality of most of the store brands they are buying, some are citing brand selection as another reason to seek out smaller stores and independents where they find better selections of name brands.
Just a while ago, I was listening to an analyst over the morning call on our squawk box.
One Street analyst said on CNBC's "Squawk Box" that the tax win is merely a "small victory," while another said it's a "pretty big deal."
That would be consistent with the ATC request to squawk SBY when on the ground.
It was moderated by Carl Quintanilla, host of "Squawk on the Street" and "Squawk Alley;" Becky Quick, co-anchor of "Squawk Box;" and Chief Washington Correspondent John Harwood.
A HIGH PITCHED screech of "Who's a pretty boy then?" followed by an ear splitting "Squawk!" were familiar sounds around Everton's training ground in the 1990s.