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  • n. Plural form of squawk.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of squawk.

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Examples

  • Current status notes that only three issues - known as "squawks" - were found during inspections, which is a very low number.

    NASASpaceFlight.com

  • Elsewhere on the boosters, seven "squawks" - booster speak for an issue - were noted on STS-119's RSRMs, which is usual and slightly lower than some recent flights.

    NASASpaceFlight.com

  • The remaining 13 SRB issues identified from in-flight video, post-flight video review, and post-flight SRB inspections did not meet the NSTS definition of an IFA and are thus categorized as "squawks" - while still being included in the SRB IFA review.

    NASASpaceFlight.com

  • “Cheap” behaviors — such as when a small bird squawks from the bushes to announce it’s seen a cat or a hawk — can, and do, evolve easily, even though they often benefit nonrelatives.

    The Selfless Gene

  • MR. MCCURRY: No, I'm just pointing out -- I was just trying to get people interested to remind people that the Republicans had a similar fundraising event that benefitted them, and if there was squawking about access, the squawks should be the same in that case as they are in this case.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • Alternatively, if a change is desired on LM's side, source surveillance personnel can remit "squawks" on behalf of suppliers.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • Items likely to be discussed are the usual "squawks" that are noted on most Solid Rocket Booster (SRBs) IFA presentations, along with the problem with the ET Umbilical Well Camera, which failed to properly execute its flash - or download imagery - during post ET-sep.

    NASASpaceFlight.com

  • Barry Duke, a blogger for www. freethinker.uk.co [Estes 'link to the FT isn't actually working] devoted one of his posts to bashing me, calling my words "squawks" and me, "loopy."

    Planet Atheism

  • "According to my calculations, Marc Albrighton's goal was the 137,311th goal in the English top flight," squawks James Murton.

    Premier League clockwatch – as it happened | Paul Doyle

  • Parrot Troll squawks, it shows an out of touch with this country and everything it stands for.

    Think Progress » Inhofe: There aren’t any ‘normal people’ in Washington.

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