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a cone-shaped acoustic device held to the mouth to intensify and direct the human voice

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10AM: US troops arrive at the house in Mosul with an interpreter and bull horn to signal to those inside that they want to speak with them.
I'm running around the course with my bull horn doing schtick,'' he said, ``keeping people in a good mood all day.
We would try to call the cell phone and use a bull horn to instruct airman Rodenhaber to turn his cell phone towards the helicopter.
Toro' means bull in Spanish and one can see how that theme repeats itself throughout the restaurant: even the napkins are folded to look like bull horns.
March 8, 2014 (JUBA) -- Various rituals including slaughtering of bulls, placement of bull horns and other animal remains have been conducted on the grave yard of the late South Sudan's leader, John Garang de Mabior, to prevent his "ghost" from haunting president Salva Kiir, a practice condemned by the family members of the late.
With chanting, screaming and singing supplemented by bull horns, bagpipes and drum circles, their cacophony shook the building that the squalor of their occupation made malodorous.
Most of the injuries are not caused by bull horns but by runners falling or getting knocked over or trampled by the animals.
A falcon standard appears below the king, while three of the boats boast a standard with bull horns.
Georgians are known to toast with real bull horns filled with wine during special celebrations.
Police flooded the park with powerful lights and used bull horns to announce that everyone had to leave.
Police flooded the park with klieg lights and used bull horns to announce that everyone had to leave.
Government officials with bull horns directly urged people to stay away from coastal areas,'' said Kodrat Effendi, a local resident.