chirp


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Synonyms for chirp

a sharp sound made by small birds or insects

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make high-pitched sounds

sing in modulation

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Amos Emerson Dolbear, an American physicist and naturalist, calculated the relationship between air temperature and the rate at which crickets chirp (Dolbear, 1897).
Subsequently, the frequencies we report might not accurately reflect the true frequency of each chirp, but do represent realistic distances within which bark beetles communicate with each other.
The ChIRP method was first described by researchers at Stanford University in 2011[sup.
In addition to reading and posting tweets in Easy Chirp, features include direct messaging, URL-shortening, running and saving searches, viewing popular links, and providing full support for lists.
Generally, a sine-wave chirp signal with instantaneous phase [theta](t) can be described mathematically as c(t) = sin([theta](t)) = sin(2[pi][integral]f(t)dt), instantaneous frequency of which changes in time as f(t) = (d[theta](t)/dt)/2[pi].
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He was heading straight in my direction closing the distance and as he passed by at 21 yards, I drew my bow, let out a chirp and stopped him broadside.
A gene or two happened to change, or mutate, so that the cricket wing couldn't chirp anymore.
Peep, Chirp, and Quack explore and learn about the world in fun and exciting adventures; Peep discovers secrets about the night, or chases the perfect leaf on a windy day; Chirp tries to fly, with a little help from his friends; and much more.
You can figure out the temperature by listening to a cricket chirp.
Unless Americans understand from whom the gradual, persistent, and stealthily-imposed destruction of the family in America originated--and what organizations have been promulgating this process persistently and continually from behind the scenes for generations without so much as a chirp from the already managed mass media--the problem of the family will get worse, and the impoverishment and enslavement of the American people by a central, socialist government will be complete.
boreale produces a distinctive calling song consisting of a series of chirps normally composed of 2 to 3 pulses per chirp (Figs.
To determine the actual radiation level, the owner refers to a table located on the back of the device with a chirp count.
Other survey sensors include a chirp side scan sonar, a chirp sub-bottom profiler, and magnetometer.
Proceeds benefiting CHIRP, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to preservation and enjoyment of birds, butterflies and other creatures through hands-on and interactive programs and gardens.