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squealing

[′skwēl·iŋ]
(electronics)
A condition in which a radio receiver produces a high-pitched note or squeal along with the desired radio program, due to interference between stations or to oscillation in some receiver circuit.
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And if you want to see just how beautiful these dresses are, type in #andotherstories on Instagram and prepare to squeal with excitement.
With reference to the Train a Grande Vitesse (TGV), a main noise source annoying passengers inside the train, as well as people at the station, is the brakes squeal [16, 17].
Since the early 1920s, automotive disc-brake squeal noise has been a widespread concern of academics and automobile manufacturers all over the world because brake squeal is an important cause of customer dissatisfaction and warranty problems.
It has been over 60 years since foreign researchers began working on brake squeal problem, while domestic researchers merely initiated their study in 1980s.
QUIET REFLECTION yesterday had "a buck and a squeal" after her 32Red Cup Sprint Cup triumph at Haydock Park on Saturday (above).
Brake squeal is a complex dynamics instability issue for automobile industry.
In a previous investigation, brake squeal was found to be related to disc wear, but not to pad wear or in-stop average coefficient of friction as tested according to the SAE J2522 performance procedure, using Low-Copper NAOs.
"It is quite likely that the population is very keen on seeing rich people squeal. So I am not going to squeal to make them feel better." Griff Rhys Jones will consider moving abroad if a Labour government introduces a mansion tax.
It's quite likely that the population is very keen on seeing rich people squeal. So I'm not going to squeal to make them feel better."
I just wish Lucy Cooke, below, didn't squeal quite so much in this one.