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squawker

[′skwȯk·ər]
(engineering acoustics)
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The French bank is to act as the central settlement provider for all trades executed on Squawker from April.
"Ere, you're a feisty lot, ain't yer?" he kept exclaiming at the squawkers, but he pulled it off nonetheless to generous applause.
The four complaining style clusters are designated as complainers, passives, activists, and squawkers. The following characterizations of buyer/seller relationships suggest strategies the marketer can use to promote benign styles of complaining and to avoid provoking the negative activist and squawker styles.
A comic point came in April when Robert Novak in his syndicated column celebrated a "mystery witness" discovered by ex-felon/radio squawker G.
"People are absolutely loving the new bean clips," said Jennifer Sawyer, "Quae Squad Squawker," aka PR/marketing manager, for the Saginaw, Texas-based company.
Boys with their hands bound behind their backs leapt into cockpits in a bid to win a bag of money by flopping on a bird and then seizing the hapless squawker in their teeth.
Last week pre-teen squawker Faryl Smith was slagging off legendary warbler Charlie Church for having the gall to not wanna be an opera nerd for the rest of eternity.
Consumer awareness of the health benefits of the fruit are helping to fuel growth, says Jennifer Sawyer, "guac squad squawker" for Saginaw, Texas-based Fresherized Foods, the company behind Fresherized Avocado and Wholly Guacamole.
Chris isn't to be blamed for cooking for the self-regarding, muscle-bound American squawker with a penchant for strange religions and clothes wholly inappropriate for a woman of her age.
Sky TV's chief squawker Kay Burley looking ever-menacing.
Perhaps you can see our man now in his woolly hat, hunkered under his pea-green anorak in some remote field, thumbing soil from the pitted shell of the egg delivered in another age by some hapless, web-footed squawker.
Murray Walker, alias Flurry Squawker and Muddy Talker, the frenetic sound byte of the BBC for nearly half a century, is all set to change.