- n. Plural form of whistler.
“I’m not putting money on either of my kids being particularly proficient artists, basketball players, tin whistlers or even great Irish speakers but I’m very glad they are spending their time in this way and I’m sure they benefit in their overall development because of this variety.”
“Thanks Joe, allready spun up some cockroaches, and the whistlers are almost ready Mono or Floro for leaders?”
“The swans, known as whistlers, visit the refuge as they travel from the Sacramento-San Joaquin delta to Canadian and Alaskan nesting grounds.”
“We camped there that night, and returned to the port next day with a heavy load of black duck, some "whistlers," and a few brace of pigeons.”
“Through a specially developed tweeter beam the high tone sound wave is projected to the ceiling inside the black cube where it reflects as sound figures and low red electromagnetic waves (as "whistlers" and "cracklers"), sferics and red luminous flashes.”
“Actual VLF audio recordings control the evolution of the fields as they delve into our inaudible surroundings, revealing recurrent 'whistlers' produced by fleeting electrons.”
“-- the call of the "whistlers" down in the meadow by the sea-wall -- "love! love! love!”
“End Mar-Oct; £6 per adult per night, £2 per child 3-10 per night; 01974 272444Taking its name from the host of ducks that live there – fans of aylesburies, carolinas, mandarins, pintails and whistlers, roll right up – this tiny independent hostel half a mile up a forest track on the edge of the Cairngorms possesses one of the most entrancing campsites you could wish for.”
“You may see some pintails, you may see some whistlers”
“By and large whistlers didn ' t give a damn, and if whistling was a cock of the snook at respectability, decorum, and frequently musical good taste, it was also fundamentally honest.”
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