Strange grunts and screeches
portray the means used to carry out the death penalty instead of referring directly to the bodies of the condemned.
A male ends each of his screeches
with a quick downward slur.
Some 613 officers reported having their hearing damaged by police radio screeches
The flawless alteration and embellishment of elemental forms, along with the multicoated glazework, pin-striping, and sprayed-on effects all evoke the stylistic screams and screeches
of chopped and lowered hot rods that define a West Coast aesthetic in car shows.
Back then, Goodman was seen as being just as every bit as detrimental as the screeches
that now plague our society.
In a crash, as a car screeches
to a stop, the passengers continue lurching forward, often slamming into the steering wheel or windshield.
Scraping a bow across a string, a beginning violin student can readily create a remarkably diverse array of ear-jangling screeches
, whines, and grunts.