squealer


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one who gives incriminating information about others

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The Objective of the present investigations is to explore the possibility of using squealer tips to improve the performance of centrifugal compressor.
There aren't many definitive tactics to kill more wood ducks, rather the opinions of hunters who chase squealers in specific locales.
At the climax of the story, Squealer reduces all the commandments to a singular law to guarantee Napoleon and his posse's absolute control: "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others," he declares.
You can let me know at the email address above Costathe Maybes the Browns into stale old Lost in Essex "This it's a anywahave just his A drummer a junior by AND so the sun sets on the appalling over-acting of that high-pitched squealer who played Corrie Eileen's creepy dad Colin.
But the mob, deciding bullets and bombs are so passe, decide to off the squealer by filling his plane full of crazed and bloodthirsty snakes.
When some Afghan peasant finally points out Osama bin Laden's cave, count on Navasky and The Nation to call him a dirty squealer and to explain that a few airplanes crashing into sky-scrapers now and again are a small price to pay for the preservation of personal politesse.
Little Squealer broke down at the start of the second race, but the others-Lismadine Active, Kish Panther, Swanwick Bridge and Stophers Shandy-all took place `in running'.
If one testifies against the other and the other says nothing, the squealer goes free and his associate gets a heavy sentence.
Napoleon soon allies himself with Squealer (Ian Holm), his propaganda minister, and together they betray their former ally, the earnest, well-intentioned Snowball (Kelsey Grammer).
I]n the prison the word rat or squealer carries an emotional significance far greater than that usually encountered in the free community.
The loathsome Squealer in George Orwell's Animal Farm is a propagandist.
The source added: "They have realised the seriousness of what has happened and officers are very hopeful that they are going to have at least one squealer.
Never a quitter be, her father always said, true to the pit always; neither a quitter nor a squealer.
Of such silliness is Swanky Geezer Nonsense comprised, with Rutter going through the show in the Eddie Mohair character while Lynskey takes on every other role from a gay gangster and squealer to a film director unhappy with the Mohair performance.