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“These included an indecipherable public-address system, the lurching of the train as we pulled in and out of stations and rumbled through tunnels, and uncomfortable molded seats.”
“A 16-year-old boy was charged with harassment & bias intimidation for allegedly taking over the public-address system of a New Jersey Walmart & ordering black people to leave.”
“Rose recalled being at an Islanders game in 1973 in which the public-address announcer told the hockey fans at Nassau Coliseum that a cease-fire had been brokered in Vietnam.”
“At 4.40am, an officer used a public-address system to warn protesters that they would be making arrests if they did not leave the plaza.”
“The public-address announcer called for a moment of silence.”
“Mr. Olguin served as a combination of nature guide and cheerleader, using the boat's public-address system to broadcast clicking and hissing noises to imitate whale calls.”
“By then, the public-address announcer in Chicago was pleading anyone with quarterback experience to "pick up a white courtesy phone and report immediately to field level.”
“Opening with the story of a young city worker whose last-minute tsunami warning over the local public-address system saved many lives but not her own, Mr. Noda delivered an emotionally charged speech, a skill honed from 24 years of giving daily street-corner speeches in his home district near Tokyo.”
“Trained as an engineer, Mr. Harman worked for David Bogen Co., a maker of public-address systems.”
“Since then, we had heard mumblings through the public-address system, but without opening the door, we could not understand what they had said.”
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