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squealer

1. n. an informer. (Underworld.) Some squealer let the cops know what was going to happen.
2. n. a pig; a piglet. They sent their squealers to market at just the right time.
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That evening, page five of The Squealer trumpeted: "The day I asked to use the toilet at Rhyl scout camp and was handed a trowel.
Boyle (2000) Heat Transfer and flow on the Squealer tip of a gas turbine blade.
For example, Halmi decided to use boars-uglier and nastier versions of their pig cousins-to portray Napoleon (Stalin), Squealer (the propagandist), and other members of the porcine leadership.
It is simply not enough to brutally murder a squealer, and Jimmy Altieri's (Joseph Badalucco Jr.
15) They were based on the premise that a president-or any one of us-would trust and permit a potential stool pigeon, informer, human "bug," squealer, snitch, or wiretapper to observe virtually every moment of our waking lives and to hear conversations with our family or guests that might abut on private or policy matters, even if we knew that he or she could be forced by a relentless prosecutor to disclose behavior that we might wish to conceal.
In the eyes of both the outlaws and the law enforcers, the squealer is small.
They were, and I handed one squealer to Robert and went after the other.
Rodden charts such manipulations and outright reversals of Orwell's ideas in Soviet literary publications - examples of modern day Squealer behavior in human form.
Later, Napoleon, fine wine in hand, summoned Squealer, to look at the detailed sheets of figures prepared by his underling.
The caller can use popular calls such as a rabbit squealer, mouse squeaker, or a fawn bleat to call coyotes into gun range.
SQUEALER Station Jazz and Blues Club, Station Hotel, Stokesley.
With the help of Squealer, Napoleon's "minister of propaganda," by the end of Orwell's poignant dystopian novel, the pigs have learnt to walk upright and behave just like the humans against whom they had originally revolted.
In the end of Orwell's Animal Farm, propagandist pig Squealer reduces the Seven Commandments into the one: All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.