churr


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make a vibrant sound, as of some birds

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If you stand at the base of the bluffs separating the lagoon from the ocean, after awhile a delicate flutter--the quiet churr of feathers hitting feathers--will announce a pod of seasonally migrating brown pelicans riding the updraft overhead.
One warbler species' song is a monotonous churr, another's a melodious medley of songs (with mimicry of over 100 other species recorded).
Helicopters churr overhead, ferrying scab miners from their barracks to the mine.
The controller said sufficient quantity of flour bags have been provided at weekly bazaars operating in different localities including Nawaz Sharif Park, Dhoke Kala Khan, Haider Chown, Committee Chowk, Chungi No.22, Churr Chown, Gulzar-e-Quaid, Awan Market, Khayaban-e-Sir Syed, Liaquat Bagh, Taj Company, Jhanda Chichi, Gujjar Khan, Wah and Taxila to facilitate common man.
One Farkhanda Bashir who had come all the way from Churr said it was her second day in the long queue and was irritated at the staff who she said was neither well trained nor courteous.
Regular, irregular, explosive, lazy, soft, wiry their voices make me a confused catalogue, with bee and buzz and bz; char, chee, churr; errr; me, miss; orrr; sar, see sir, switch; teach, tea, ti, tiz, teet, to, tory, tsee, tseet, tweet; up; way,wee, weet, which, wi, wont, woods; you; zee, zh, zhee, zi, zip, zit, zray, zree, zur.
Green channels have not yet been established in Sasta Bazaars of Chungi Number 22, Commercial Market, Churr Chowk, Dhoke Kashmirian and Khayaban-e- Sir Syed.
However, you are far more likely to hear them than see them as their amazing reeling call, known as a jar or churr, is audible up to one kilometre.
Regular, irregular, explosive, lazy, soft, wiry, their voices make me a confused catalogue, with bee and buzz and bz; char, chee, churr; errr; me, miss; orrr; sar, see sir, switch, teach, tea, ti, tiz, teet, to, tory, tsee, tseet, tweet; up; way,wee, weet, which, wi, wont, woods; you; zee, zh, zhee, zi, zip, zit, zray, zree, zur.
* Sounds: Occasional sharp whistles and low churrs, given at times of danger.