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to make a series of short, sharp noises

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the sharp sound of snapping noises

glazed china with a network of fine cracks on the surface

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make a crackling sound

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make a crushing noise

to become, or to cause to become, covered with a network of small cracks

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having the surface decorated with a network of fine cracks, as in crackleware

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CONTACT: Laurie Anne Lassek for Grouper Networks, +1-415-225-2236, lalassek@comcast.
There is a groundswell of user-generated video populating the Web, and creating a fun and innovative environment to participate in this movement is essential," said Josh Felser, CEO and co-founder, Grouper Networks, Inc.
Through the company's new relationships with Google Video and Grouper Networks, the Pure Digital Point & Shoot Camcorder has taken sharing home videos online to a whole new level of simplicity and convenience.
Grouper Networks enables its members to watch, share and create video on the Web, desktop and connected devices and continues to be the leading innovator in the user-generated video space.
Panelists include representatives from CBS Digital, Grouper Networks, Odyssey and other companies involved in online video.
The launch of Web uploads makes Grouper's product the most complete, robust, and user-friendly video sharing service available on the Web today," said Josh Felser, CEO Grouper Networks.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- Grouper Networks, developers of the first complete user-created video sharing service, unveiled today its device-to-device video sharing service that takes videos from a camera to your choice of audience -- friends, family, or the world.
1 /PRNewswire/ -- Friendster and Grouper Networks today announced a partnership that will allow Friendster users to share unlimited personal media files with each other using Grouper's personal sharing network.
The new Grouper release is based on the common belief that people turn to their friends for recommendations before trying something new," said Josh Felser, CEO, Grouper Networks.
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