Definitions

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  • noun squawk, the sound of a squawk
  • verb Present participle of squawk.

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Examples

  • "Every aircraft that operates inside 30 miles must be what we call squawking an assigned beacon code and communicating with air traffic at all times," said FAA Operations Manager Moses Eshkenazi On Sunday, the 10 miles around the stadium will be a "no fly" zone.

    Just News - Local News

  • All told, $47 billion in mortgage-backed securities packaged by Bank of America's Countrywide unit could be at risk, though the Charlotte, N.C., bank says the squawking is overblown.

    A Tangled Mortgage Mess

  • The car was starting to make an ominous noise when it rolls to a stop in neutral - I thought perhaps the rear springs were squawking from the overload, although I had heavy-duty springs installed just for this trip.

    The Baja Highway from top to bottom

  • The car was starting to make an ominous noise when it rolls to a stop in neutral - I thought perhaps the rear springs were squawking from the overload, although I had heavy-duty springs installed just for this trip.

    The Baja Highway from top to bottom

  • Yesterday I wrote about the unseemly squawking from the Chinese community about the outcome to a recent New Years baby contest: Jackpot Baby Loses Extra Freebies; Complaints Ensue.

    Shakedown Success

  • Yesterday I wrote about the unseemly squawking from the Chinese community about the outcome to a recent New Years baby contest: Jackpot Baby Loses Extra Freebies; Complaints Ensue.

    VDARE.com: Blog Articles » Print » Shakedown Success

  • Yesterday I wrote about the unseemly squawking from the Chinese community about the outcome to a recent New Years baby contest: Jackpot Baby Loses Extra Freebies; Complaints Ensue.

    Shakedown Success

  • These folk with these holier than thou attitude and doing the same thing at the time they are "squawking" at someone else.

    Sanford took taxpayer-funded trip to Argentina last June

  • One morning, just after daylight and during a fog, I was up in an old hay-loft where we had a gun, when I heard a cock pheasant "squawking"

    The Emma Gees

  • The closest I got was Sonny Rollins in New York in the mid-90's. 45 min "squawking" solos and all that but it was amazing.

    AMERICAN DIGEST

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