squeal


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inform on

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to utter a shrill, short cry

to give incriminating information about others, especially to the authorities

a shrill, short cry

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a high-pitched howl

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utter a high-pitched cry, characteristic of pigs

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confess to a punishable or reprehensible deed, usually under pressure

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To avoid these problems, the author of this paper built a new disc brake squeal closed-loop coupling model, in which relevant node pairs on coupling surfaces are assumed to remain in tight contact in normal direction of the interface during the vibration[16].
2], the squeal occurrence was measured throughout the SAE J2522 Performance Test Procedure (AK Master) and the disc wear at the end of the test.
They lived in a house in the station yard Where trains puffed by with a squeal and a toot, The station now closed, the house boarded up No lily-white sheets to get covered in soot.
When they bite down hard the littermate squeals, which startles the biting pup enough to let go.
Coupled with improved graphics speed plus new elements, materials, and solution procedures, the package can address tasks like brake squeal analysis, which requires the modeling of contact and other nonlinear effects.
Judder and squeal from tolerance stack-up is eliminated, and stability programs can be retuned because MTB doesn't struggle as much against engine torque as do conventional brake designs.
And if carrying them was to be compulsory they would have something to squeal about.
Even if you know nothing about chopping cotton, gutting a hog, or baiting a hook with squiring worms, you will be constantly amused by Harris's descriptive language, her way of drawing you into a scene and making you feel the sometime prickly cotton, hear the squeal of a dying hog, or flinch as a hot comb untangles a dump of nappy hair.
After years of putting up with the excruciating squeal of metal train wheel against track, residents of a Worcestershire village are enjoying the silence after Railtrack invented a revolutionary solution.
before the thud, the squeal before the thud is all she remembers
Sure, you're pink, and bigger than most of the rabbits, and you snort, and you squeal," the bunny said.
My plea to you is to organize and squeal like stuck pigs and make them hear you," she implored the Class II representatives.
A grinding squeal from under the hood when you turn the steering wheel as far as it will go in either direction means your power steering pump is low on fluid.
With SQUEAL, business users can use the search paradigm to directly interact with the big data generated by these connected devices, turning raw data into actionable information, allowing businesses to solve real-world problems and discover opportunities.
Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) released the following statement after the Senate passed the final version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act which includes Senator Ernsts SQUEAL Act.