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use "squelch" in a sentence

The relevant code consisting of one or more digits is sent and the station programmed to respond to the number, typically one or two digits responds by opening the squelch on the receiver to let the audio through.

Visual clues a radio may be trunked include the 1) lack of a
but then she's always been a bit squeamish about what she'll put in her mouth ever since our honeymoon.

For those under strict domestic control or a little squeamish then Safeway Chicken livers in frozen carton (49p) will do. 3. place on bed of bran about two inches deep.

They have always had a sense of humour (on hidden tracks etc) which may upset the squeamish UK witness Before The Calm is an excellent album.

'I think Monica's a bit squeamish about using her key when she knows I'm here in the morning.' It's unfortunate he was dropped as director of a proposed sequel to Basic Instinct: imagine the squeamish fun to be had with Sharon Stone's leg-crossing antics.

All the scoops are designed so you do not have to come into contact with the offending substance and some protect you from needing to feel it through the plastic bag- ideal if you are a little on the squeamish side.

pupil slices up a pupil - By Anthony probert (Yr 11) wARNING: This article is not for the squeamish.

A 2011 study revealed conservatives to be more squeamish.

Audience testing, however, made New Line squeamish about the finale.

Beyond the traditional shots, the squeamish for the first time could try a needle-free injection, or choose the nasal spray or tiny skin-deep needles that have been around for a while.

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