bullhorn


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a portable loudspeaker with built-in microphone and amplifier

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Bullhorn: Winner - Best in Class Contact Center (100-199 seats)
But the firm was able to overcome these obstacles thanks to two of the vendor's solutions, Bullhorn Canvas and VMS Access.
This acquisition is testament to Bullhorn's commitment to serving all segments of the global staffing and recruitment industry, of which executive search is an increasingly visible and unique segment.
CloudCall, a provider of advanced communications for CRM systems, has announced the availability of CloudCall Unified Communications for Bullhorn, the company said.
At Johnson Hall, several students took turns telling their stories through a bullhorn.
But on Sunday, several hundred people gathered in the street on West Florissant, ignoring an officer on a bullhorn repeatedly warning them to get to the pavement or face arrest.
Bullhorn, a Boston company that provides software for the staffing and recruiting industries, in February released "The 2015 North American Staffing and Recruiting Trends Report."
Perhaps you forgot to leave your bullhorn at the door.
"Everyone to the start!" announced the man holding a bullhorn to his mouth.
And by the way, you could have no better person leading the charge and lifting spirits with a bullhorn at a march or demonstration.
"We're here because the president must act and he must act now," one of the rally speakers said over a bullhorn to a cheering crowd that erupted into shouts of "Si, se puede" ("Yes we can")--a motto of United Farm Workers and a slogan of Obama's 2008 presidential campaign.
With a bullhorn slung across one arm (borrowed from a friend), an evidently disappointed Abitov said, "As you can see, there aren't too many people.
Police, who were equipped in riot gear and had armored cars, used a bullhorn to warn demonstrators to clear the streets.
They call, text, tweet, use Facebook/social media and bullhorn the population before they launch a missile or artillery barrage on Hamas strongholds (which are usually around innocent people) to clear them out beforehand.
Manila: A woman in Iloilo was forced by elders to walk around the village mouthing her apology using a bullhorn for spreading rumours that a friend's daughter had become pregnant out of wedlock.