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Chickadees and juncos chirp a spirited chorus, interrupted by the scolding of red squirrels.
Each chirp is a brief trill of three to five pulses.
The plant's cooling system is struggling to keep up, and in the control room warnings chirp as the exhaust temperature rises.
The plants cooling system is struggling to keep up, and in the control room warnings chirp as the exhaust temperature rises.
Whether the cricket is dead or alive, traditional wisdom is evidently defunct, a tedious chirp no one has time for.
When the second chirp comes, the neurons have not yet settled down.
As a result, the second chirp creates a different pattern of signals.
The voice coming out of the speakers was processed into a chipmunk chirp.
Crickets, food for a rubbery green tree frog, chirp loudly.
We can still hear the chirp of the sub-bottom profiler, a few times a minute.
There's no tire spinning nor even a chirp as it lunges toward the horizon.
The towed instrument sled contained both the piezo-electric chirp seismic source and a short array of receiving hydrophones.

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