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In addition, recalls through the Eat Cleaner Sound Off Widget will be fed through to consumers through the Cleaner Plate Club blog and via Twitter and Facebook.
Let us know what you'd like to sound off about by posting it to valleynews.
I've had a ball being able to sound off a little but even more gratifying has been your response.
Have you noticed how politicians often sound off about "Canadian values?
This should be the goal when we approach others to sound off, says Loren Ekroth, a Las Vegas-based business communications consultant (www.
While the latter two can potentially be used for all sorts of harmless purposes, they argue--like skipping ahead on a home video or turning the sound off on a show to answer the phone--the ReplayTV technology exists only to block commercials.
Next time someone puts pen to paper to sound off about Scousers, perhaps they will remember the patritotic elation that the Reds' strikers helped to stir up on Saturday night
Find out what's going on at other schools, get and give tips on practically any topic, and sound off in the "rant & rave" section.
Sometimes the bars sound off consecutively, producing a seemingly dutiful but tone-deaf parody of traditional English bell-ringing (with its arcane "methods" and "rules").
Staff can escort residents in groups up to ten through exits without sounding alarms simply by pre-identifying the residents on the monitor; those who are not identified will still sound off the alarm.
The April issue featured the magazine's first Sound Off column, entitled "Rethinking SWAT," by Lt.