from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A small loudspeaker designed to reproduce high-pitched sounds in a high-fidelity audio system.
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- n. An electronic speaker designed to produce high-frequency sound.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a loudspeaker that reproduces higher audio frequency sounds
Enough, and the president tweetering in tweeter without "using" it is not a reason to Palinize him?
Chris Kluwe is nearly as good a punter as he is a tweeter, which is a compliment.
Lastly, no matter how big a speaker is, the tweeter is the most susceptible driver to fail when it's subjected to THD … Totally Horrific Decisions.
Each earpiece includes two balanced drivers acting as a woofer and tweeter, which is a rare feature in a pair of $79 headphones!
The avalanche of incredulity, ridicule and scepticism that greeted anyone who came out as a "tweeter" in those early days is hard to imagine now, five years on.
They might as well have said they are making yet another sitcom like Everybody Loves Raymond, only this one we're saying is based off of a Twitter account to get people to watch it because it has something to do with precious "tweeter".
John is not a "tweeter," and (at the moment) neither am I, though I have been sucked into the black hole that is Facebook.
Mr. Culberson is the most active congressional "tweeter" and the second-most-followed member of Congress, behind only Republican Sen. John McCain.
In a new YouTube video, Toy Story 3 director and prolific 'tweeter' Lee Unkrich made good on his earlier promise to smash his face into a cake upon reaching 5000 followers on social networking/micro blogging service Twitter.
Wheaton is a long time 'tweeter' with over 30,000 followers.
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