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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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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act also included two of my provisions: the SQUEAL Act, which eliminates an unnecessary tax break for lawmakers, and the bipartisan Investing in Opportunity Act which helps spur economic growth in poverty-stricken areas.
Brake squeal is distracting, annoying and affects physical as well as mental health.
An earlier publication [1] reports that for many passenger car brakes (all single piston calipers), brake squeal occurrence increases as disc wear increases whether due to disc wear resistance variation for a given NAO material or due to increased pad abrasiveness against the disc.
SHE lived in a house in the station yard Where trains puffed by with a squeal and a toot And belched back smoke over lily-white sheets, Washed only that day, now covered in soot.
I just wish Lucy Cooke, below, didn't squeal quite so much in this one.
FROM BACK PAGE said: "Centre-halves aren't meant to squeal.
We need to practise the same thing – squeal to mimic a pup, then stop play, leaving the pup to consider his actions.
When the lid is opened, it sends off a squeal the crooks will hear all the way to the pawn shop.
It turns out that when brakes squeal, it doesn't always mean there is a problem.
Seventh-grade teacher Jill Myers may have been game to smooch a pig as part of a fundraiser at Lincoln Middle School in Cottage Grove, but the pig wanted no part in it and proceeded to squirm, squeal and protest loudly.
The movie's premise -- dozens of low-rent goons and hit men (some played by actors -- ahem, Ben Affleck -- desperate to revive their indie credibility) descend on a Lake Tahoe hotel to take out a magician-turned-mobster (Jeremy Piven) who's about to squeal on The Boss -- has the makings of a decent mayhem movie.
Since early in the 20th century, researchers have examined the annoying squeal in automobile brakes by analytical, computational, and experimental methods.