squawk


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to express opposition, often by argument

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the noise of squawking

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informal terms for objecting

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This partnership enables our customers to consume our market leading squawk services via a software turret which is tremendously cheaper and more mobile than their existing hardware infrastructure.
Peter's first book, Squawk 7700, was a revealing, inside look at the regional airline and aviation industry's operating practices.
I have seen it on several occasions and on other times heard its very loud squawk.
Alpari Squawk is a dedicated audio stream, which covers all the major market-moving stories throughout the trading day, including coverage of economic news and figures as they are released, such as fixed income, interest rates, equities, FX and commodities.
The people in the village live close to an enormous building, the Squawk Box, which is surrounded by a large security fence.
We are to learn more -- much more -- about these radio handlers, and that primitive squawk box will never be far away.
And unlike the parrot in the famous Monty Python sketch, this bird survived to squawk another day.
Being the student with global situational awareness, I figured out my squawk and started an orbit away from the field at 3,000 feet.
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Another issue is what to make of infants that squawk even when there's no parent nearby.
Just a while ago, I was listening to an analyst over the morning call on our squawk box.
I climbed aggressively and accelerated, while my crew started talking to the controllers, beginning with GCA (a Japanese controller) and finally Approach (a USAF controller), to explain our emergency squawk.
Custom-configure the message and the audience with every message, making each Squawk a unique reflection of a singular voice.
A BUDGIE that likes to dance along with Shirley Bassey songs prefers New Squawk New Squawk to all the diva's other hits.
Some birds would squawk if they got wind of Seattle Judge William Dwyer's decision last week.