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lowdspee ker

  • n  electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance

  • Last week Stalinists felt no embarrassment in hearing a loudspeaker blare across the Red Square from just back of where the Dictator was standing: "Long live the World Revolution.
  • At that point he was hushed up and hustled out to follow the proceedings by loudspeaker in an adjoining room where he eventually heard his sentence: Eight years in prison for .
  • But the loudspeaker clicks into silence.

  • Jorge del Castillo in FOXNews
    We heard on a loudspeaker: 'In the name of the Joint Command of the Armed Forces, come out with your hands up, Dr. Garcia, and everyone else inside.' Then they started to fire on the house,recalled Del Castillo, who was a lawmaker for...
  • John McCain in ABC News
    I was in prison when they announced over the loudspeaker in my cell,McCain told reporters in Jacksonville, Fla. "I was living by myself, that Dr. Martin Luther King had been assassinated. They always told us the very bad news, but somehow...
  • Bob Huggins in Basketball Prospectus (blog)
    We're in the most famous city in the world and they're playing Country Roads on the loudspeaker,Huggins said. "Who is not going to get choked up? John Denver probably would have cried."

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