Analysis of pilot reports shows that the correct use of a listening squawk
(also known as a frequency monitoring code) could have prevented 65% of infringements.
Palm Beach Approach: "Cessna Five Tango Papa, squawk
"I can't even look after two Irish setters," he squawks
. "I don't want a baby.
They are called 'hoots' or 'squawks
,' over internal speakers commonly known as 'squawk
The incompetence in Athens, plus the bullying from Berlin and Paris, begs a paraphrase of Pythagoras's theory - from a time when Greece operated by logic - to now read: "The squawk
of the hypothesis is equal to the sum of the squawks
on the other two sides".
At the shore, a great blue heron squawks
and begins to
rail and squawks
, nuisance value only to this squawking mob--
"On a daily basis the defendants' macaws, large tropical birds known for their loud squawks
and screams, are placed in an outdoor aviary where they emit blood-curdling screams at random intervals for seven to eight hours each day," the Telegraph quoted lawsuit as saying.
As for me, I wouldn't swap the fields and the freedom - no matter how often and how early Percy squawks
squawking Afro-folkloric squawks
getting down into the solo root &
Despite the hot weather my wife and I have to sleep with the window closed because of the chaos of squawks
, shrieks, chirrups, and cooings waking us up at four thirty to five o clock in the mornings.
Neighbours dialled 999 after hearing the bird's squawks