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Synonyms for yodel

a songlike cry in which the voice fluctuates rapidly between the normal voice and falsetto

sing by changing register

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Steve Garelick, GMB Regional Organiser said: "Yodel don't care about their self-employed drivers and have avoided meetings to follow Hermes lead and look at giving them worker status.
Four teams from Yodel took on three separate routes, hiking a combined distance of 98km.
They say they asked Yodel for it to be left in a safe place if they weren't in.
And he hit out at Yodel's response: "I'm not usually one for all this, to be honest, but it was so bad I just wanted to highlight the fact to Yodel themselves.
Posting the video, which was taken in Aston, Ben wrote: "@YodelOnline how would you feel if these were your Xmas presents Yodel? Filmed in Bham this afternoon #disgrace".
Yodel's eight board-certified emergency room physicians average an hour with each patient, providing urgent care services between 9 a.m.
Teradata Corporation (NYSE: TDC), a big data analytics and marketing applications company, announced on Tuesday that Yodel, the UK parcel carrier, has selected the company to overhaul its data management strategy.
Christian, who proposed to his wife Eva on a mountain top - in speech rather than yodel - dreamed up the idea of yodelling courses as he mowed his lawn one summer's day a few years back.
Yodel, one of the United Kingdom s leading parcel carriers, is working with Motorola to ensure its device portfolio supports its goal of delivering market leading service.
Yodel in Hi-Fi: From Kitch Folk to Contemporary Electronica is a grand celebration of the history, tradition, and modern-day yodeling performances worldwide.
For more information, visit the pressroom (pressroom.yahoo.net) or the company's blog, Yodel Anecdotal (yodel.yahoo.com).
Three Yodel workers shriek with laughter and applaud as they hurl packages out of a lorry and against a wall.