squealer


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one who gives incriminating information about others

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That evening, page five of The Squealer trumpeted: "The day I asked to use the toilet at Rhyl scout camp and was handed a trowel.
Boyle (2000) Heat Transfer and flow on the Squealer tip of a gas turbine blade.
6pc ABV), is one such squealer, made to an authentic Czech recipe using two malt styles and two classic, continental hop varieties and a strain of Pilsner yeast.
In contrast, if a whistle-blower is labeled as a self-serving, disloyal squealer or stool pigeon, then credibility is questioned and the message has less impact.
But if one cooperates and the other squeals, the cooperator will land a 10-year sentence, while the squealer will get off with only 6 months in jail.
2d 920 (Iowa 1958) (attorney represented both insured and insurer, and fact that another selects and pays for attorney does not control attorney-client relationship; cited approvingly in Squealer Feeds v.
However, it's almost a pleasure in this case, seeing as Martin Keown is Arsenal's chief squealer and whinger, which takes some doing.
The many common names that have been given to the woodie over the years (summer duck, Carolina duck, swamp duck, squealer, acorn duck, and bride duck, among others) reflect the woodie's habits and appearance.
Drugged by TV, the rank-and-file animals are content to follow the Seven Commandments of Animalism painted on the barn by Squealer (the pig who symbolizes Pravda and the Soviet news agency TASS).
It is simply not enough to brutally murder a squealer, and Jimmy Altieri's (Joseph Badalucco Jr.
15) They were based on the premise that a president-or any one of us-would trust and permit a potential stool pigeon, informer, human "bug," squealer, snitch, or wiretapper to observe virtually every moment of our waking lives and to hear conversations with our family or guests that might abut on private or policy matters, even if we knew that he or she could be forced by a relentless prosecutor to disclose behavior that we might wish to conceal.
If you are using a hand held squealer, call for about five seconds and quickly position yourself to shoot.
Bukharin, the Stalin apologist turned scapegoat, who was executed in 1938 having pathetically confessed to phantom crimes--the man whose fate would inspire George Orwell's character Squealer, in Animal Farm.
In the eyes of both the outlaws and the law enforcers, the squealer is small.