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Synonyms for bleep

a short high tone produced as a signal or warning


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emit a single short high-pitched signal

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Both the bleep test and the run/walk made participants feel more awake than the control activity, although they felt most awake after the run/walk.
Renewing a successful partnership first established for the London Olympics in 2012, Ingenico Group and Bleep have once again teamed up to provide payment services at the pop-up stores at the 2016 European Football Championship this summer in France.
As the test proceeds, the interval between each bleep reduces, forcing the athlete to increase speed over the course of the test, and completion is rare.
Here are some tips to help you do just that: Bleep test plus: Apply the test to long-distance runs, interval training, cycling up and down hills, swimming with different strokes, aerobic classes, spin, outdoor fitness classes or circuit training.
PETER Whittingham led the way in bleep tests against fellow senior professionals.
Before the bleeps were filtered you would not know why you were getting bleeped and you could have been with someone who was very ill.
The youngster was also worried there were no bleeps to tell a blind or partially sighted person when to cross.
Fox's Herzog insists that the bleeps won't drive the comedy in "Action.
While most of their synth-pop contemporaries shed their skin to fit each passing season's set of bleeps and beats, Andy Bell and Vince Clarke of Erasure have stayed remarkably true to their original marriage of bittersweet love songs and electronic Europop.
Moreover, the strings of bleeps received probably would not be the natural language of the aliens, any more than Morse code is the natural, everyday language of mankind.
Flashing lights and video screens on the dashboard and audible bleeps from the cars loud speakers all suggest distracting the driver too much.
The Trust is seeking to award a contract for the provision of a full short-range two-way main bleep system and full short-range two-way stand-by bleep system for Disaster Recovery (DR) purposes, a number of short range bleeps, ultra high frequency (UHF) transmitters (all inclusive), as well as a maintenance/support contract to include service, repairs and replacements of the bleeps for the Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (WSHFT).
You try again in desperation and the machine bleeps incorrect.
That's why Ian Blaine, chief executive officer of thePlatform, is developing technology to minimize the blips and bleeps of content delivery.